“a deserved buzz surrounding Starcrawler”  -LA Weekly
“70s-style guitars blazing” -Under the Radar
“propulsive” -Consequence 


Today, Starcrawler releases their long-awaited major label debut, She Said, out now on Big Machine listen HERE. The thrilling 5-piece, Los Angeles rock’n’roll collective are as raw and hungry as ever, but refined, refreshed and ready to take on the world.  Watch the lyric video for their latest track “Thursday” from the new album HERE
Following a summer of performing on stages around the world with the likes of My Chemical Romance, Jack White, The Smile and Nick Cave, Starcrawler will embark on an extensive fall U.S. tour kicking off in their own backyard at LA’s famed Troubadour tonight. They’ll also play a special album release show in New York City on September 20th at Baby’s All Right, with the rest of the tour dates hitting major markets including San Francisco, Denver, Seattle, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta and more (see below for full itinerary).
Starcrawler are also playing the DMZ Peace Train festival in South Korea along the DMZ borderline with North Korea on October 1st. Their mission statement says, “Through music, let’s transcend politics, economy, ideology, and experience freedom and peace. Peace Train hopes that through culture, we can continue to rediscover the things in our lives to which we become indifferent and numb, and to pass on values such as freedom, peace, human rights, and tolerance to future generations.”
Starcrawler consists of striking frontwoman Arrow de Wilde, guitarist Henri Cash and brother Bill Cash on pedal steel/guitar, drummer Seth Carolina, and bassist Tim Franco. She Said was produced by industry titan Tyler Bates, who met the band when they worked together on a stand-alone single for DC’s Dark Nights: Death Metal soundtrack. Bates and Starcrawler set up shop in Sunset Sound’s iconic Studio 2 – “the Van Halen room” as Henri Cash proudly points out–to create a full and ferocious sound brimming with fresh energy. Highlights of the new album include the urgent, L7-ish “Roadkill,”, the Nirvana-gone-country twang of “Stranded,”, the dreamy girl-group stylings of , the powerfully personal “Runaway” and the irresistible title track, “She Said.”.  The timeless tunes are at once ultra-modern but steeped in vintage songwriting with hints of 90’s influences reminiscent of Hole and The Breeders. 
In speaking about the new record Henri explains, “We wanted to make songs for everyone. For people that weren’t just into punk rock.” Lockdown meant Starcrawler had to come up with a new way of writing. “Henri would come to my window and play me demos,” explains Arrow of the Romeo and Juliet meets Say Anything set-up the band turned to in 2020. With She Said, they were able to take their time, honing their songwriting following a non-stop whirlwind of touring. The pandemic meant they were finally free to focus. “We’d never really had time to be in one place,” Henri adds, “and then everything just hit at once and all of that build-up is what came out.” 
In addition to their own sonic evolution, other ventures have included collaborations with rock legends like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ guitarist Mike Campbell, as well as the late, great Taylor Hawkins and Perry Farrell. Arrow has made notable cameos in videos from the likes of Father John Misty and Florence and the Machine.  Dave Grohl interviewed Starcrawler for his documentary “What Drives Us,” a star-studded rock doc on the life of touring bands, and how slogging it on the road. “We were telling him how hard it was and how much we wanted to upgrade from a van and tour in a bus,” explains guitarist Henri. “Then, off-camera, Dave said ‘well, you gotta write a hit then!’ That really stuck with us.” Starcrawler’s music can also be heard in unexpected places, most recently as the backdrop for a Nissan commercial and over the opening credits of the Jackass 4.5 series on Netflix. 

Starcrawler Tour Dates:

September 16Los Angeges, CATroubadour
September 20Brooklyn, NYBaby’s All Righ
September 24San Diego, CAAdams Avenue Street Fair
October 1South KoreaDMZ Peace Train Festival
October 7San Francisco, CARickshaw Stop
October 8Fresno, CAStrummer’s
October 10Salt Lake City, UTKilby Court
October 11Denver, COLarimer Lounge
October 13Tucson, AZ191 Toole
October 18Santa Ana, CAConstellation Room
October 19Santa Barbara, CASoHo Music Club
October 20San Luis Obispo, CASLO Brew
October 21TBATBA
October 22Sacramento, CAStarlet Room
October 24Portland, ORDoug Fir Lounge
October 25Seattle, WAHigh Dive
October 26Vancouver, BCBiltmore Cabaret
October 28Edmonton, ABFoundry Room
October 29Edmonton, ABFoundry Room
November 1Madison, WIHigh Noon Saloon
November 2Chicago, ILSchubas
November 4Toronto, ONAdelaide Hall
November 5Syracuse, NYThe Lost Horizon
November 6Burlington, VTHigher Ground
November 7Boston, MABrighton Music Hall
November 8Philly, PAUnderground Arts
November 10Baltimore, MDMetro Gallery
November 11Durham, NCThe Pinhook
November 12Charlotte, NCSnug Harbor
November 13TBATBA
November 14Atlanta, GAVinyl
November 16Austin, TXThe Parish
November 17Houston, TXBlack Magic Social Club
November 18Dallas, TXClub Dada
November 19Oklahoma City, OKTower Theatre
November 20Tulsa, OKThe Vanguard 

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