THE PRETTY RECKLESS Singer: 'All Of Our Records, In One Sense, Are Autobiographical'

THE PRETTY RECKLESS Singer: 'All Of Our Records, In One Sense, Are Autobiographical'

Justin Scott and Spiegel of the Baltimore radio station 98 Rock recently conducted an interview with THE PRETTY RECKLESS. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.

Asked if the forthcoming THE PRETTY RECKLESS's studio album, "Who You Selling For", is autobiographical, singer Taylor Momsen said: "Well, I think all of our records, in one sense, are autobiographical. I mean, I write them, so I'm writing about my experiences and my life and what I have observed and what I know. So I think this coming record is the next evolution of the band, so we're really excited for everyone to hear it. It's very diverse and eclectic, I guess is a good word to describe it. But, of course, it's personal. I mean, I write it."

Regarding whether there are any topics that are "off limits" during the songwriting process, Taylor said: "No. If you limit yourself, you immediately are stunting yourself. You can't limit yourself when it comes to writing. There's nothing that you don't explore."

"Who You Selling For" was produced by THE PRETTY RECKLESS's longtime collaborator Kato Khandwala. The songs were written by Momsen and guitarist Ben Phillips.

Momsen recently told Kerrang! magazine about THE PRETTY RECKLESS's new single, "Take Me Down": "It's a classic rock 'n' roll tune, which was inspired by the Robert Johnson story of going to the crossroads and selling his soul for rock 'n' roll — which I kind of did in one way. [Laughs] I gave my life to the music; I gave everything else up for it. And it's a simple story about giving your life to something you love so much and you need it so bad that you're willing to sell your soul for it."

THE PRETTY RECKLESS hits the road this fall in support of the album, hitting major markets in the U.S. and wrapping on December 6 in Los Angeles.

Interview (audio):

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