Hard rock band Dead Sara, a female-fronted breakout act from Los Angeles, known for their single "Weatherman" from their eponymous self-titled debut album, have announced a pre-order with PledgeMusic. The band chose to work with PledgeMusic to deepen their engagement with fans as they release new music. The new album, titled PLEASURE TO MEET YOU, will be released in March 2015 on the band's own label, Pocket Kid Records.
The band, consisting of Emily Armstrong (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Sean Friday (drums, backing vocals), Siouxsie Medley (lead guitar, backing vocals) and Chris Null (bass guitar, backing vocals), have received widespread attention for creating some of the most power rock songs to hit the radio in recent years. Dead Sara have been praised by musical icons such as Grace Slick, Courtney Love and Dave Grohl, and have opened for Muse.
Fans using PledgeMusic's direct-to-fan platform will be the first to receive a digital download of the album as well as unlock a variety of bonus content including footage from the studio, photos from shows and exclusive announcements - just for pledgers. Items and experiences with the band, only available on PledgeMusic, are offered to fans including handwritten lyric sheets, signed drum heads, a Skype chat with the band, a day on the rides at Disneyland with Dead Sara, the actual smashed guitar from a memorable moment at their El Rey show... all the way up to a private house concert for a lucky fan. Pledge now at:http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/deadsara
Lead vocalist Emily Armstrong said, "The last year has been a crazy ride for us, and our fans have stuck with us through it all. Working with PledgeMusic gives us the chance to bring our fans into the process of making this album that we are so proud of. We can't wait to share the new music with everyone."
Ryo’s Note: Dead Sara’s debut album was one of my favorites the year it was released. They are a fantastic band and I still listen to that album a lot. Pleasure To Meet You is a record that I cannot wait to get my hands on. If it is even half as good as their debut, it will be one of the best releases of 2015.