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Sweeter Than Hell
Pretty Boys is a jamming band from Brooklyn, New York. When I first heard their music, I thought, “it’s time to party.” Their music just makes you want get into the old fashioned sex, drugs, & rock & roll mode. They have a bright future ahead of them, we just need to get them to Hollywood! Storm, GalaxyStorm Radio.
Pretty Boys formed in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York in the Fall of 2004. Williamsburg is where they holed up night after night till dawn’s early light laying down trax for the debut Pretty Boys full length entitled Ghetto Rock. A neighborhood that is host to hipsters looking for cheap rent, old Italian families, Latino homeboys and plenty of crime became the perfect backdrop for the Pretty Boys to tell their stories in true rock n roll form. Pretty Boys is a rock machine fronted by former members of Candy Ass and Sexpod. Musically and visually they are masters of seduction, leading you down dark alleys to their world, the wrong side of town.
The vivid imagination, all seeing eyes and richly textured voice of singer/lyricist Galadriel Masterson splashes unexpected color combinations over the thunderous and complex lyrical bass of Alice Genese along with Hopey Rock’s guitar that cry’s and screams and holds down the storm. The three part vocal harmonies of these musicians transforms the story telling to booming heights. Imagine the Andrew Sisters singing over the music of Velvet Revolver. Together these seasoned songwriters combine their influences to take you on the emotional journey of the lives they have lead individually and the life they share in New York City. They’ve all been around the block both personally and musically and the experiences they track are riveting.
Collectively the history of the individuals who make up Pretty Boys adds up to touring through 17 countries, all 50 states and the release of 9 albums as well as countless soundtracks, compilations, TV appearances and mag n rag credits. Ghetto Rock promises to be a soundtrack-esque album that will become a shiny blade of light to penetrate the current music world of disposable blandness.