She Shreds debuts “Deeply” Video
Performed By Marissa Paternoster
and Laura Veirs
Recorded w/ The Thermals’ Hutch Harris
New album, All At Once
Out February 23 on Don Giovanni Records
Singer-guitarist Marissa Paternoster [punctuates] the New Jersey trio’s Sabbath-style thunder with lightning-quick solos that Eddie Van Halen wouldn’t be mad at.” – Rolling Stone
“..for all its DIY roots, every minute feels huge. This is basement punk writ arena-sized.” – NPR, First Listen
“Screaming Females have carved out their own corner in this century’s take on guitar rock.” – Pitchfork
“How a bunch of Jersey punks spent a decade becoming indie rock’s last guitar heroes.” – SPIN, Cover Story
“Screaming Females are almost the Wes Anderson of rock at this point.” – AV Club
New Jersey DIY-punk luminaries Screaming Females will release their blistering seventh studio album All At Once, on February 23, 2018 on Don Giovanni Records.
The band recently shared album cut “Deeply” with a lyric video that showcased a glimpse into front person Marissa Paternoster’s artistic prowess. Marissa and Laura Veirs recently came together at the home studio of The Thermals’ Hutch Harris to collaborate and record the new “Deeply” live video which premiered with She Shreds.
The band announced All At Once with Rolling Stone, who debuted the video for album cut “Glass House” directed by Kate Sweeney. The expectations that surround being in a band have changed a lot since Screaming Females started up in 2005. All At Once is a reminder there’s a hopeful and joyful energy to underground music-making. The band collaborated with producer Matt Bayles (Pearl Jam, Mastodon), setting out to make an album in the spirit of a salon-style gallery show, where larger pieces provide an eye-level focal point to a galaxy of smaller works. Concision took a back-seat to experimentation, with arrangements meant to evoke the energy and spontaneity of their live performances.
The band will be on tour in the UK next May – dates to be announced shortly.