Taylor Momsen and THE PRETTY RECKLESS have released their new single, "Heaven Knows", digitally today, Tuesday, November 19. Taken from the band's upcoming sophomore album, "Going To Hell", out early 2014 on Razor & Tie, the song rocks a powerful rhythmic guitar with a striking refrain that Momsen delivers dead-on: "Oh no, heaven knows, we belong way down below." After premiering on SiriusXM's Octane, the song arrives at rock radio in early December, with a video premiere to follow in January.
Earlier this fall the band released the song and video for "Going To Hell" in support of the band's completed, critically acclaimed "Going To Hell" headlining tour in North America. The video, directed by Tim Mattia, had over 1 million YouTube plays in the first week.
THE PRETTY RECKLESS formed in 2009 and released their debut album, "Light Me Up", in 2010 and a follow-up EP, "Hit Me Like A Man", in 2012. After two years on the road supporting "Light Me Up", the band has risen through rock 'n' roll's ranks to become a polarizing presence. Over the course of their debut and EP, the quartet has sold over 1 million combined albums and digital tracks and have supported EVANESCENCE, GUNS N' ROSES and MARILYN MANSON on tour in addition to headline runs in both the U.S. and abroad.
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