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The Pretty Reckless Celebrate Halloween Early With New Track, Broomsticks

Listen to The Pretty Reckless’ short-but-sweet surprise Halloween song, Broomsticks.

Though we likely won’t be hearing The Pretty Reckless’ new album until 2021, the band have just dropped a short-but-sweet early Halloween surprise: the 51-second Broomsticks.

As well as a suitably creepy accompanying video, the new clip also teases the date of November 13 right at the end, suggesting there could be a much bigger announcement from Taylor Momsen and co. on the way. For now, though, Broomsticks will certainly tide fans over until then…

Read this: The Pretty Reckless’ Taylor Momsen: If I’m going to be famous, I want to be famous for the music that I make”

Recently speaking about new LP Death By Rock And Roll and the strange times we’re all experiencing, Taylor said, It is a very weird thing to be releasing music right now. It’s always a bit nerve-wracking to put music out into the world at any time, but certainly releasing music in these very unprecedented times is a bit scary.

…I think we’re doing the same thing that a lot of bands are doing – we’re just kind of waiting and observing and trying to see where this is gonna go; these are such unprecedented times,” she continued. So it’s kind of a little bit of a waiting game right now, so we don’t have a specific release date. But I couldn’t wait forever to put out music, hence the first single [the title-track]. We continued with that plan.”

Listen to Broomsticks below:

Posted on October 23rd 2020, 1:42p.m.
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