“Jenny” retells the story of having a one night stand. The lyrics fantasise about living in a permanent state of bliss whilst the music and production has the ability to make you instantly hum along and toe-tap along to the beat.
Based in North Carolina’s Raleigh, Thirsty Curses are a rock and roll band with a pop-punk edge that make songs about trying to find some glory when everything in life seems to be falling apart and your world is in chaos. The band formed in 2017 and consists of Alexander Weir (lead guitar and vocals), Clayton Herring (bass guitar), Evan Miller (drums and vocals), and the bands founder Wilson Getchel (guitar, piano, and lead vocals).
“Jenny” is set to take its place within the band’s forthcoming album “To the Ends of the East” which follows the success of their two independent albums “Holy Moly” in 2017 and “All Shook Up” in 2018 which earned them a well deserved spot within Charleston’s indie label Spectra Music Group in early 2019 and their self titled album shortly followed. The band saw great success with the latter, with the single “Bruises On Your Shoulders” from that album winning Best in Festival at the Broadcast Education Association's 2021 Festival of Media Arts for the music video, gaining them a screening at the 2021 Richmond International Film Festival in September 2021.
Photo: Wilson Getchell
“Jenny” the new eclectic single from rock and roll group Thirsty Curses is out now on all platforms and looks set to cement the quartets place as one of the more unique Rock Bands in Raleigh and beyond.
“Jenny” the new single from the exciting four-piece Thirsty Curses's upcoming album “To The Ends Of Earth” is out now on all major streaming platforms.