(of Summer Cannibals)
Discusses New Album + Debuts Album Track
Debut Solo LP, No Fury, Prod. by The Thermals’
Hutch Harris, Out November 3
photo credit: Jason Quigley
Jessica Boudreaux, leader of Kill Rock Stars’ fiery garage-rock ensemble Summer Cannibals, will release her debut solo effort, No Fury, on November 3. When crafting her debut solo effort Boudreaux collaborated with Hutch Harris of Portland no-fi legends The Thermals who co-wrote five tracks and produced the record. She previously released the video for blistering summer jam “Televised” and today she reveals new album cut “Ask Me To Stay”. A fiercely introspective song that questions the cyclical nature of bad decision habits, album opener “Ask Me To Stay” debuted with W Magazine and is available to hear below.
Brimming with pop hooks and fiery lyrics, No Fury packs an emotional punch. Maintaining the brooding bite that she has become known for, on No Fury Boudreaux replaced the wailing riffs and pounding drums with intricate guitar melodies and creatively incorporated pop synths. It is incredibly danceable while at the same time filled with anger and a bittersweet sadness.
Collaborating with recording engineer Victor Nash, who tracked much of the album at his sci-fi themed studio Destination: Universe in Portland, No Fury is a pop collection filtered through the eyes and ears of a true rocker. The album serves as an homage to the pop idols of her childhood (Madonna, Britney Spears) and a companion of her current contemporaries (Tegan and Sara, Carly Rae Jepsen). No Fury is a unique peek into the influences, desires, and ultimately, the pure pop heart of Jessica Boudreaux.