The She’s (Empty Cellar Records) are here to contribute to the soundtrack of your summer daydreams with sun-dazed beach-pop harmonies, catchy hooks and captivating emotional honesty.
It is the mid-1990s in San Francisco California. Four baby girls are crying in their cribs shaking their little baby fists at the heavens lamenting the fact that fate has not yet united them. So begins this tale. Fast forward. It is 2007 and these same four girls are playing Ramones covers in Hannah’s basement with studded belts around their waists and braces on their teeth, algebra homework strewn across the floor. Jump ahead. It’s November 2011. “The She’s” have just released their first full length record Then It Starts to Feel Like Summer. It’s an album that captures their youthful spirits and deep-seeded friendship with tight three part harmonies, sparkling, sunny instrumentals and smart, catchy songwriting. The she’s sing songs that reflect their environment, their heartache, their relationships and aspirations. It’s infectious. The Grinch smiles when he hears it. People start to notice the noise these four best friends are making. The She’s gain momentum in the local music scene and support bands like Girls, Surfer Blood, Fresh and Onlys, Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, Tomorrow's Tulips, Best Coast and Yuck. They keep writing songs. Fast forward to present day. The She’s are making their most mature, honest and enchanting music to date.
“…the girl-group sounds of the 50s and 60s with modern day garage pop; the end result is undeniably infectious and sunny” –Bay Bridged