ACES ALBUM IN SICHT

THE ACES sind eine vierköpfige junge Pop-Band aus UTAH. Im Alter von 13 haben die Schwestern Cristal (Gesang/Gitarre) und Alisa Ramirez (Schlagzeug) mit ihren beiden Freundinnen McKenna Petty am Bass und Katie Henderson die Band gegründet. 
Im letzten Jahr wurde Red Bull Records auf das Quartett aufmerksam und hat es gleich unter Vetrag genommen. Das erste Feedback aus den Staaten/UK ist beeindruckend, u.a. wurde die Band mehrmals  als “Artists To Watch in 2017” benannt (NPRPaper MagIdolatorAll Things Go,  Euphoria. Magazine etc).
 
Nachdem sie kürzlich dasVideo zur der Single „Physical – Video und den Song zu Baby Who“ veröffentlichten, präsentieren sie nun mit „Baby Who“ einen weiteren Song aus der am 23.06erscheinenden Debüt-EP „I Don´t Like Being Honest“:
 
YouTube:  „Touch“ 
Soundcloud:„Touch“
Weitere Infos:
 
“ Slinky pop  that traces the missing link between Haim, The 1975 and MUNA.”-Noisey
 
“More honest than most pop.” –NPR
 
“’Four girls about to rule the world’ emblazons the homepage for The Aces. After listening to ‘Baby Who’ that declaration sounds about right.”-FADER
 
“Just enough pop and rock that it falls in the same vein as The 1975 and HAIM.“-PAPER Mag
 
„Fellow ’70s and ’80s obsessives like Haim and Tegan and Sara are the obvious comparisons, but there’s a grunginess to the Utah four-piece that sets them apart.”-  Idolator
(June 9th, 2017)-  Orem, Utah four piece, The Aces, released a brand new track today entitled ‘Touch’  which made CLASH declare “The Aces could well be your new favourite band.” The song will appear on The Aces’ debut EP, I Don’t Like Being Honest which will be released globally on June 23rd, 2017.  Listen to the track here.
 
The quartet are made up of sisters Cristal (on lead vocals/guitar), and drummer Alisa Ramirez, completed by guitarist Katie Henderson and bassist McKenna Petty. Thanks to their family, the American-Honduran siblings were exposed to music early on: at home their mom played Earth, Wind & Fire, Michael Jackson, and Whitney Houston, meanwhile their older brother introduced them to The Misfits, The Casualties, and Hendrix.
 
Alisa was banging the drums from eight years old, with Cristal writing original songs from age 10, forming a tight-knit unit with McKenna (who Cristal initially met in kindergarten) around the same time. “They asked me to get a bass for Christmas so I could become the third band member,” McKenna laughs. “So I did. And then I had to figure out how to play.” Their lineup solidified a year later when McKenna met Katie in junior high. The newly formed band would now blend McKenna and Katie’s alternative tastes (they grew up on The Cure, The Beatles and Depeche Mode) with those of Alisa and Cristal to truly find their sound.
 
Late last year The Aces self-released their first single ‘Stuck’ which was called ‘windows down, road trip pop at its best,’ by Idolator while Nylon claimed it to have ‘all the markings of a stellar debut,’ and DIY Mag thought it had ‘every potential chart-smash pop ticked.’ Additionally, ‘Stuck’ landed them spots on‘Artists To Watch in 2017’ lists for Paper Mag, Idolator, All Things Go, and Euphoria. Magazine to name a few.
 
The band are currently in the studio working on their debut album. Stay tuned for more information about The Aces and I Don’t Like Being Honest.  Fans can catch The Aces performing EP tracks live at The Mercury Lounge on June 13th.
 

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