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Pearl Earl: Meet the Cosmic Queens of Rock

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Pearl Earl is a fresh, new band to have on all your pool party mixes this summer. From Denton Texas, these insanely talented ladies are masters at combining powerful, musical flair with fun. Pearl Earl’s sound is energetic and kaleidoscopic. It is reminiscent of the trippy 60’s mixed with a little bit of the spirit of the 90’s.

“The aesthetic of Pearl Earl is inspired by cosmic coincidences and the sound is inspired by the psychedelia of the 60’s, the glam and glitter of the 70’s, and the weirdness of the 80’s; while all growing up and being influenced by the 90’s.” says front woman, Ariel Hartley. Hartley slays the guitar and has a vibrant voice that draws the audience in. On drums is Bailey Chapman…one of the most fun drummers to watch. She plays with such passion as her hair flies wildly around her incredible beats. Stefanie Lazcano shreds the bass like a funk rock pro and Chelsey Danielle’s keys tie the whole band together. With songs like “Cosmic Queen” and “Karaoke Superstar,” Pearl Earl shows us how they can take music seriously while also having tons of fun.

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Get ready for their new album coming this summer! The gals told us “Our next big project is the full length album that we are about to release on vinyl in July. The album has 10 tracks and is self-titled. We recorded at Elmwood Recording Studio with Alex Bhore and Brack Cantrell and the album is being released by Dreamy Life Records.”

It is sure to be a summer treat for your ears. Can’t wait!

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Lindsay Wessinger

Managing Editor at Media Foam
Lindsay Wessinger is a writer/musician who resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has been a freelance writer since 2006, whose work has appeared in Square Magazine, The Ink Press and The Women Take Over. She has been a working musician since 2009 and is currently in the band, Girls Club.
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