Photo Courtesy of Big Machine / John Varvatos Records
NASHVILLE, TN (January 30, 2019) – PRETTY VICIOUS, the UK band that initially caused the London A&R scene to go all-in on an unruly gang of teenagers from the Welsh valleys, have unveiled a music video for their latest track “These Four Walls.” Loudwire premiered the video here, declaring that “2019 is just starting, but Pretty Vicious already are a strong contender for the first breakout band of the year.” The song is off their highly anticipated debut album on Big Machine/John Varvatos Records out later this year.Watch now: https://prettyvicious.lnk.to/TFWvideoPR.
“These Four Walls” is Pretty Vicious’ own brand of youthful abandon at its raucous best. A snarling call to the dancefloor, its’ glorious millennial grunge is fueled by rowdy, infectious musicianship, always teetering on the brink of chaos. Singer Brad Griffiths’ primal howl perfectly sums up the youthful dreams and the frustrations of small town mundanity, delivered with the confidence of a frontman who knows he and his last-gang-in-town are, finally, equipped to carry the flag of their Rock‘n’roll forefathers.
Following the band’s return with their Top 30 hit “Move” and a knockout set at Reading and Leeds in August, “Are You Entertained?” lays down another undeniable marker as Pretty Vicious’ return continues to build momentum ahead of their long-awaited debut album in 2019.
With recording for the album now complete with producer Dan Austin (You Me At Six, Twin Atlantic, Pulled Apart By Horses), Pretty Vicious have packed more highs and lows, disappointments and triumphs into their fledgling careers than most bands manage in a lifetime. Still all under the age of 21 and having experienced the music industry at its most turbulent, Pretty Vicious are a band that have now found their footing and have unlocked the potential of how powerful their music truly is; with every scream and guitar screech, they’re one step closer to replicating the arena Rock success of their forefathers. They have the songs, anthemic and heavy, as well as a youthful zeal that feels like a breath of fresh air in a staid Rock scene. For more information and a full list of tour dates, visit PrettyViciousBand.com.