Like a right hook to the jaw, Pretty Little Suicide hits the ear like a ton of bricks. With enough hooks to stock a bait shop the size of Texas, their brand of heavy-yet-melodic rock immediately captivates, dragging you into a sticky web of rock n' roll debauchery. Described as a blend of the fast, raw, guitar based modern rock of bands like Hinder or Velvet Revolver, with the catchy, singa-long, good time choruses of bands like Bon Jovi, they are at their best when experienced live.
With members that have lived in both Boston and LA, PLS blends East Coast grit with West Coast attitude and flash. The band's influences span five decades - from 60s classic rock, to punk and arena rock from the 70s, to 80s metal and glam, and heavy goth-industrial rock from the 90s. Add in a dash of modern day chart topping pop, and you have Pretty Little Suicide.
Singer/lead guitarist Ed Earle leads the band with a distinctively edgy voice that oozes with attitude and emotion, interspersed with blistering solos that redefine shredding. Complimenting him on rhythm guitar is Mike Patton, whose subtle interplay and dirty raunchy riffs reassure that rock guitar isn't a lost art. Rounding things out are JC, a bassist whose natural rhythm and groove are only exceeded by his boundless energy, and Izzy Rock, an extremely dedicated and hard hitting drummer.
With their eponymous EP available worldwide, festivals like Rocklahoma & Rock N' America under their belt, worldwide fm & internet radio rotation, glowing press from such greats as Classic Rock Magazine, The Rock Pit, Sonic Shocks, KickActs Magazine and more, and endorsement deals with some of the industry's top manufacturers, PLS is leading the charge to bring back rock n' roll.