“In the future, all bands will make movies. For the time being though, Loma Lynda is one step ahead of the game” (Penthouse)
Loma Lynda formed in Los Angeles in the fall of 2003, and under the direction of Jason Bognacki within a few short months of performing, the group caught the eye of programmers at the Sundance Film Festival, who, without hesitation, added “Loma Lynda’s” film and live musical score EPISODE II to the festival’s roster. This secured the group a place in cinematic and musical history, as the first rock band to not only perform at, but to also hold the esteemed title of “Official Selection of the Sundance Film Festival.”
Critically acclaimed for their Sundance participation, Loma Lynda followed up with performances at the 2004 CMJ Music Marathon’s Film Festival, and the Coachella Valley Music and Arts’ Film Festival, where they were in the company of bands such as Radiohead, and Kraftwerk, and film’s such as “Dig!” and “Bodysong”.
Loma Lynda is a live film and music performance collective.