Pet Fangs Debut New Single “She’s Alright”

Pet Fangs have shared their new single "She's Alright."
Pet Fangs "She's Alright"

South Louisiana band Pet Fangs have shared their new single “She’s Alright.” The track is lifted from their forthcoming release Ultra Deluxe , available August 16th. The atmospheric-soul driven tune, will definitely want you to pour a summery beverage, and enjoy it’s chill vibes.

Pet Fangs’ Joe Stark on “She’s Alright”:

“‘She’s Alright’ was born at our studio in Louisiana one night when I had to leave to come home to my wife, who was pregnant at the time. It was a time in my life when my artistic tendencies were causing a serious strain on my marriage. In any case, when the guys checked in, I just said “she’s alright” and they started writing it while I was home. I can’t remember if they were reluctant to show me or not, but when they did, I was blown away. I wrote another 2 verses and it all came together. This is my favorite song on the record. I feel like we had a lot of really inspired moments recording it.”

from Big Hassle

The band members call their sound “garage-pop,” pointing to a range of influences — from Prince to T Rex to Let’s Dance-era David Bowie — as wide and varied as the group’s own material. All four members of Pet Fangs hail from South Louisiana, where brothers Joe and David Stark first attracted an audience as co-founders of the swampy rock band Baby Bee. Signed to Republic Records, Baby Bee launched as a duo and steadily expanded into a larger lineup, with Jory Cordy and Ben Alleman joining the ranks. Cordy, Alleman, and the two Stark siblings were all songwriters and multi-instrumentalists in their own right, each having logged time in touring bands and as session musicians. Together, though, they were something more: a tight-knit, democratic unit of musicians whose new songs were bigger, bolder, and broader than anything they’d created before. Looking to move outside of the rules they’d placed upon themselves as a rock band, they dissolved Baby Bee and launched a new band. A band with bite. Pet Fangs was born.


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