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Pearl Earl is an all-female rock band from Denton, Texas made up of Ariel Hartley, Bailey K Chapman, Stefanie Lazcano
and Chelsey Danielle. The band was founded Summer 2014 by Hartley, Chapman, and Lazcano and quickly became
more than just a drunken jam party. The band almost immediately began touring nationally and regionally and in 2015
released their debut EP titled Karaoke Superstar. Pearl Earl shows began to attract music lovers of all persuasions, and
they gained traction in DFW with airplay, and event regional awards. Pearl Earl’s sound is a psychedelic cornucopia of
the glitter and sparkle of glam rock, the space and cosmic intervention of prog, the angst and grit of punk, and the synth
pop of the times of neon jumpsuits and disco balls.
released July 15, 2017
The band’s debut full length and self titled album was recorded in Dallas at Elmwood Recording by Alex Bhore and
Brack Cantrell. Mastering was handled by Dave Cooley at Elysian
Masters. Hartley, Chapman, and Lazcano began recording the album in
August 2016, with Danielle joining the band after its completion. Hartley
is the key songwriter of the evolving project with each song coming into
its own with the rest of the band. The songs on the album are each their
own animal; where “Star in the Sky” dives into an epic ode to prog rock
with accenting flutes and space soundtrack synths, “Take A Shot”
explores a tongue and cheek almost doo-wop, organ ornamented pop
song with a double entendre. The psychedelic spaghetti western style
and funk in “Captain Howdy” will dance you into confusion when the
time signature and key change takes a twist; and “I Know” will leave
you feeling soft and somber for the album’s finale. The lyrical content
ranges from whimsical characters to introspection and moving forward
to internal anxiety about the state of America. With influences from
many eras of music, Pearl Earl has the power to transmit you to the
past and the future and back again.
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