When fans attend a Halestorm concert, the live versions of the band’s songs sometimes differ from their studio counterparts — a fact that frontwoman Lzzy Hale is proud of.
The rocker took to Twitter Wednesday to point out Halestorm doesn’t use any pre-recorded gimmicky in an attempt to replicate the band’s studio sound. “There’s a risk factor that elevates Halestorm live versus Halestorm on record,” she wrote. “We don’t use tracks, no miming/lip syncing. It’s the four of us up there, in front of thousands, trying to create magic, and connect on a deeper level with you. It’s a beautiful thing.”