Practice, practice, practice.
You want to be in a band? Don’t you dare skip a single practice session. There’s a pervasive, incredibly wrong, thought that travels through many young musicians minds that one or two practice sessions a week is good enough. As a band, two is a minimum and then once you get home you had better be jamming solo. It’s why so many hype bands put out a few tracks, gain some support but flop when the full-length comes, they just didn’t invest the time in their own songs or ability.
So here’s a band that’s bucking the trend. They’ve got the hooks, the songwriting ability and the golden voice of a crimson goddess. Their newest single, Both Die, is a sultry romp through 60’s pop culture. Distinct, surfy guitars lead the ears through a journey that visits great gang vocals, rollicking drums, and a voice comparable to an Egyptian scarab – once it’s in your ear, you aren’t getting it out.