On the hunt for never ending synth sounds and angelic harmonies, Belladon has been embraced by the San Diego community rather quickly. With only 3 singles out, they have already been nominated for a San Diego music award for best new artist. They were featured on “A Red Trolly Show” (sponsored by Karl Strauss brewing co.) have had radio support from rock 105.3 for local spotlight and from 91x for their single releases. At their first Los Angeles gig they were invited to 4th street recording (artist such as Mick Fleetwood, the Beach Boys, and Alice Cooper are past clientele) to record their latest single, Carnival. They have been a featured artist on Women Who Rock, Treble Zine (www.treblezine.com) a music blog based out of San Diego, and have worked with Grrrl Independent Ladies, a respected platform here in Southern California that puts events together with bands from Tijuana, San Diego and Los Angeles. San Diego’s local Arts publication City Beat has covered multiple shows describing Belladon as a 80’s throw back to the Bangles. Treble Zine description was “glamorous electronic rock that demands more attention. A unique blend of three-part female harmonies from Aimee Jacobs (synths), Anastasya Korol (synths), and Heather Nation (lead guitar) echoes an era of fun, frantic tarantellas when the ladies of the B-52′s, Bangles, and X-Ray Spex first forced their way to the front”- Adam Blyweiss.