Mon 12 Dec 2011 to Sun 18 Dec 2011

by The Black Belles

Fuse Music and Third Man Records are excited to announce the debut album from new Nashville all-girl group, The Black Belles. The release captures a unique and contemporary take on a sound heavily rooted in the garage rock of the ‘60s.

Discovered by Jack White and produced by Jack at Third Man Studios, the band had their first 7” ‘What Can I Do’ used as the theme song to ‘Elvira’s Movie Macabre’ television show – a perfect match given the girls’ own dark and delinquent demeanor. They also featured as the backing band on a Third Man Records 7” by Stephen Colbert entitled ‘Charlene 11’ which they performed live with Colbert on The Colbert Report.

Out Dec 2, and featuring the new single ‘Honky-Tonk Horror’, the Black Belles’ self-titled debut album is a must for lovers of classic organ-driven & fuzz-guitar ‘60s-styled garage rock and fans of the likes of the Cramps, the Fuzztones, and all Jack White-related projects, especially the White Stripes, The Dead Weather and Karen Elson.

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