Breakout Los Angeles rock n’ roll outfit SINNER SINNERS and Jesse Hughes of renowned California rock bandEagles of Death Metal recently teamed to perform a cover of the EODM track “I Want You So Hard” for a live performance music video. “I Want You So Hard” was the first single released from the EODM record Death By Sexy. SINNER SINNERS and Jesse have been friends, neighbors, and studio-sharers for a good while now – but one night, a random jam session turned into a bright idea.
“Jesse is actually our neighbor and we also happen to practice at the same studio, Bedrock in Echo Park. One night we were jamming together and started playing this song, he knew it somehow,” jokes Steve Thill. “And of course you always get bright ideas at 5:00am. We were having this private showcase party type of thing the next day so we thought, come up on stage and let’s play this one.”
Take a trip over to PunkNews.org to watch the video now at this link:http://www.punknews.org/article/55075/exclusivevideos-jesse-hughes-feat-sinner-sinners-i-want-you-so-hard
Want to see SINNER SINNERS perform live for yourself? Catch them at their official record release party on Friday the 13th (of June, this Friday) at The Satellite in Los Angeles. For more information on this show, head to The Satellite’s website here.
SINNER SINNERS released their new album, XI, released in April via their own independent label, Cadavra Records. For XI, the band enlisted producer Nic Jodoin (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Amusement Park On Fire, The Morlocks), and recorded at the Glory Hole in Hollywood, CA. Three amazing singles and music videos have spawned from the record (‘No Hard Feelings’, ‘Modern Man’, and ‘Darkness Forever’) with over 85,000 views on them, collectively. Watch them now via the SINNER SINNER’s YouTube page here.
Happily married couple Steve and Sam Thill originally began creating music as SINNER SINNERS in France in the early 2000’s. Since their inception and relocation to Los Angeles, SINNER SINNERS have pushed their forceful punk-influenced rock n’ roll out to the controlled masses, seeing newfound levels of success and recognition as of late.
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