The Atomics

The name Lucky Blue Smith has become well-known throughout the fashion world, as well as the world of social media. With 1.2 million followers on Instagram, and over 100,000 followers on Twitter, the 17-year-old Mormon male model with his bleached white hair and blue eyes has amassed a worldwide fan base comparable to that of a movie star or boy-band member.

The AtomicsThere is no question about the popularity Lucky has gained as a male model phenomenon, however, being a fashion model is only a part of Lucky Blue Smith’s active life. In addition to his modeling work, he and his three siblings, Pyper America, 18, Daisy Clementine, 19, and Queen Starlie, 21, comprise a rock ‘n’ roll band known as The Atomics. It should be noted that his sisters are also actively involved in the modeling industry.

The band hails from Spanish Fork, Utah where they performed their first show on the city library steps. Their family relocated to the sunny hills of Montecito Heights, Los Angeles where they were home-schooled by ex-model mother Sheridan and musical father Dallon. Their genre of music which includes a fondness for 50s surf music and car shows has been compared to the music from Grease and Happy Days. Lucky was only 11 when they started playing covers of The Ventures at car shows. He explains how the band got its start:

I got my drums when I was around 7 for Christmas one year, and my sisters got instruments as well. My dad taught us and we kind of just played; when I was about 11 or 12 we started thinking about making music and playing as a band seriously. We started out just doing covers and now we’re writing our own stuff as a group. We’re still a work in progress and our sound is evolving, but it’s all very fun. I play the drums; Pyper, who is 18, plays bass; Daisy, who is 19, plays lead guitar; and Starlie, who is 21, plays rhythm and is lead vocals. I can’t imagine being in a band without them; I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Daisy has said, “My dad, he teaches us everything, and he’s a big part of the writing process too, so everything we know comes from him. And my mum, she always had us practicing a lot, and always helped with the costumes and ideas.”

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