Kill My Coquette To Play The Three Clubs in Hollywood on December 20
Los Angeles-based quartet Kill My Coquette – Natalie Denise Sperl (vocals / guitar), Dave Stucken (lead guitar), Mike Evans (bass), Kelly Hagerman (drums) – is set to release their self-titled debut EP on January 20, 2015. Armed with attitude and boasting vital rock & punk with a twist of designer blues, Kill My Coquette is influenced by game-changing artists like Jack White, Lou Reed, Joan Jett and the New York Dolls, but they have a sound all their own.
Written and arranged by Natalie, Kill My Coquette recorded the 5-song EP at Evelyn Martin Recordings in Los Angeles with Danny McGough (Tom Waits, Social Distortion, Shivaree) producing. View the EP trailer here: http://bit.ly/1xsxYy8.
The EP’s first single, “3rd & Bonnie Brae” is driven by Natalie’s sexy snarl and energetic guitar, vividly depicting the darker side of Los Angeles. “Festival Boy” is full of gritty melodies celebrating the bold, dreamy feelings of meeting someone special at a festival and the excitement of seeing where the new relationship goes. “Sweet Baby Blooze” offers a sultry distortion-drenched, aggressive blues stomp, and Natalie’s breathy delivery on “Close To Me” paints a lushly passionate soundscape. “Post Teenage Angst” closes out the record with a heavy dose of punk swagger and a resounding anthemic chant that grabs you by the neck and doesn’t let go.
Having already made a name for herself in the acting and modeling worlds, it’s with Kill My Coquette that Natalie has truly found her calling. Despite appearing alongside Jackie Chan in Around the World in 80 Days, playing the titular character in the cult horror flick Succubus Hell Bent, co-starring on hit TV shows like Two and a Half Men, How I Met Your Mother, and CSI: Miami, and gracing the cover of Esquire, it’s Kill My Coquette thgives the world its first unfiltered and unbridled glimpse at the real Natalie Denise Sperl.
“With modeling and acting, I’m part of someone else’s creative vision. With music, it’s all mine,” explains Natalie. “I’ve got something to say with Kill My Coquette, and you need to hear it!”