PRETTY return with sophomore single ‘Take It Easy’

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Los Angeles five-piece PRETTY is back with their sophomore single ‘Take It Easy’ as the band continues to pave their way into the local scene.

Following on from ‘Breathe Some’, the indie pop band combine new wave and 1980s influences with modernized topics. As a whole, the band delivers a sound full of passion, love, and upbeat energy.

The new cut, ‘Take It Easy’ is a fun indie pop anthem that will have you singing the hook in the shower and down the Pacific Coast highway all summer.

At the heart of the band are three brothers – Milosh (vocals), Mihalio (guitar) and Topli (keys) – who collectively conjured their joyful noise, together with the dynamic rhythm section of partners in crime, Connor (drums) and Felipe (bass).

Bathed in the dream pop, punk, and metal sheen of elder statesmen like Lou Reed, Robert Smith, Iggy Pop, and Richard Butler, the music of PRETTY sparks to vivid life in live shows that are jubilant revivals and combustible mischief, punk in spirit, but devoted to richest melody, grace, and power.

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The new cut, 'Take It Easy' is a fun indie pop anthem that will have you singing the hook in the shower and down the Pacific Coast highway all summer.
7.2

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