Fan-filmed video footage of THE PRETTY RECKLESS's February 3 concert at Backstage Werk in Munich, Germany can be seen below.
THE PRETTY RECKLESS recently broke a record set by 3 DOORS DOWN and has seen its first four mainstream singles hit No. 1 on Billboard's rock chart. The band's new song "Take Me Down" topped the chart, following in the footsteps of "Heaven Knows", "Messed Up World" and "Follow Me Down" from 2014's "Going To Hell" album. That broke the group's tie with 3 DOORS DOWN and put them in a position to tie or break the next record, five No. 1 singles, which is owned for now by Canada's THREE DAYS GRACE.
THE PRETTY RECKLESS also now have the most No. 1 singles by a female-fronted rock act.
"Take Me Down" is from the band's third studio set, "Who You Selling For", which arrived on October 21.
THE PRETTY RECKLESS singer Taylor Momsen told Yahoo! Music about the musical direction of the band's new album: "It wasn't intentional to go all over the place with this record, but when [guitarist] Ben Phillips and I were writing, we tried really hard not to limit ourselves. As soon as you put any limitations on yourself as a writer, you're immediately stunting yourself. So nothing was off the table. The reason we love rock 'n' roll so much is it represents freedom and it really does encompass everything. Rock 'n' roll is everything — it's the blues, it's jazz, it's funk, it's country, it's pop. It's all those things, so you can go in so many different directions and it's still rock 'n' roll."
Asked what the greatest challenge was that THE PRETTY RECKLESS faced making "Who You Selling For", Taylor said: "Challenges come up along the way. It starts from the beginning. The writing process is always the most torturous, but it's also the most rewarding. It takes the longest and it's the hardest because these songs are coming from your own head and you never know when an idea is going to come. But when we finish a good song, there is no better feeling. The next challenge is taking it to the band and figuring out where the song is going to take us when we're playing as a full band and where the recording is going to go. It's all torture and then complete and utter bliss. But it's all cathartic as well. The ups and downs are necessary to create good art."