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Here's Why We Are So Obsessed with Lucky Blue Smith's Band

A family that plays together, stays together.
IMAGE Emma Montalvan for WWD via The Atomics | instagram.com/theatomics

Lucky Blue Smith took over the modeling world (and our hearts!) with his charisma, style, and signature platinum blonde hair. But it looks like this 18-year-old handsome blue-eyed model doesn't just strut in a ton of fashion shows, campaigns, and magazines; he also plays in a rock band with his family!

The band is called The Atomics where Lucky Blue plays as the drummer. He formed it with his three gorgeous sisters: Pyper America (the bassist), Daisy Clementine (the guitarist), and Starlie Cheyenne (or Queen Starlie) as the vocalist of the band. Some families just have it all, right?

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The Atomics exhibits a fresh yet unique style, very '50s if we may add, perfect for indie fans out there. They will make you want to wear your choker, dance, and pretend you're in Coachella every day. We can definitely see them in the long way run.

The band is working on their first album, but because of their busy schedules, it looks like we have to wait a little longer. Still, it will continue blessing our ears with their music as they cover "Let's Live For Today" by The Grass Roots for the H&M Loves Coachella campaign that was released on the brand's YouTube channel.

Plus, they look like the Malfoy fam! We're definitely looking forward to the The Atomics' future in the music industry.

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