This coming Tuesday, that cute trio of female pop-country singers will finally release their long-awaited, long-delayed debut EP to all digital outlets, including Amazon, iTunes and Rhapsody.
The strawberry blonde member of the group called it a collection three years in the making. “We’re all so excited to finally get our music out to people who aren’t just message board dorks and street team members! Maybe soon I can quit my job at the Manicure Depot,” she smiled.
The two brunettes of the threesome exchanged worried glances, then the one in cutoff jeans chimed in: “Our new single is really touching a nerve with our audience, especially in concert… ” The blonde interrupted: “You should see the passersby in the Walmart parking lot bobbing their heads!” There was an audible gasp from the balance of the girl group before the athletic one jumped in to do clean up duty: “… and those are the people who really seem to get what we’re trying to do. You should see the little girls smile from their stepdads’ shoulders.”
Now riding on the success airplay release of their third single, which currently holds the number 66 spot on next week’s Music Row breakout chart, the ladies have embarked on a grueling two week tour of Midwestern morning radio shows and biker bars. Their manager, Louis Keaton, says the buzz is palpable: “It’s just a matter of timing and time. These ladies have worked their butts off… in the gym… and they’re bound to break through soon!” Taking another swig from his red plastic cup, he intoned: “We feel very strongly that their latest single about sexy independent women with attitude will break into the top 30 – the summer release schedule is really thin.”
Reported by “Trailer” Parkman of Farce the Music
An exclusive sneak peek at the digital cover art: