The Pretty Reckless have unveiled their first single of the year and second from their forthcoming album 'Death by Rock and Roll'. 'And So It Went' also marks their first collaboration with Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello.
Last year, the band - led by rock goddess Taylor Momsen - released the titular single from the record which reached number one in the US Mainstream Rock chart, followed by promotional singles 'Broomsticks' and the Bond-esque '25'.
'Death by Rock and Roll' marks the band's first release on Fearless Records and their first since 2016's 'Who You Selling For'. The titular song which was released in May was written as a tribute to their former producer Kato Khandwala, who worked on the previous three records before he passed away in 2018. The new album sees them team up with new producer Jonathan Wyman.
'Death by Rock and Roll' will be released on February 12th 2021 through Fearless.
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