With their infectious songs, summertime grooves and blissful vibe, Montreal pop-rockers Keelime will have you diving right into their refreshing sound, feeling that it truly is good to be alive. "The greatest melody is the one I haven't heard before." Says Keelime alter-ego Lu Rolli. A singer/songwriter, whose artistic journey started after discovering his grandfather's poems written on the other side of old photographs, a journey, where, as he puts it: "Lu Rolli is the traveller and Keelime is the Vehicle." And just like in those old poem/photographs, where one side holds the picture and the other side holds the words, Keelime and Lu Rolli co-exist: Experience and art. Those dualities, that balance you find in something like the sun rising is key. As Keelime so poignantly assesses "Life is a simple series of ?hellos' and ?good-byes'." All of these moments are songs to Kee- Lime. All experiences are a celebration that makes us able to understand each other better. To feel the balance between work and play, light and dark, rainy days and sunshine and the melody and groove of music. Between the sweet and the sour. And then to let yourself go, just dive in and explore. Still, the Journey doesn't end there for Keelime. To paraphrase the old optimist stand-by; "If life offers you limes, you make another record!" Going Native II is in the works with new songs flowing deep and danceable. So grab a slice of the Keelime Vibe, kick back and enjoy because there's more where that came from.