Razor & Tie announces the addition of New York-based band, The Pretty Reckless to its growing U.S. label roster.  The band is currently working on their forthcoming new studio album which is due out in 2014. Universal will release the new record in Canada anda release partner for the rest of the world will be announced soon.

The group recently premiered a new track called “Going To Hell” which is now available for sale in United States and Canada at the iTunes Store( Listen to the song here:

On September 20th, The Pretty Reckless kicked off a major headline tour which will extend into mid-November. The Going To Hell Tour will hit cities in both U.S. and Canada (tour dates below).
 Lead singer Taylor Momsen comments, "It feels awesome to partner with a label that truly understands rock music and we are looking forward to a great run.”

The Pretty Reckless is the latest addition to the Razor & Tie roster which continues to expand its footprint in the Rock world with both established radio acts like All That Remains and P.O.D., and diverse lifestyle bands like Attila, Chiodos, Protest The Hero, For Today, Hatebreed, The Sword, Kyng, Norma Jean, Chelsea Grin, Sworn In, HIM, Such Gold, Deaf Havana and many more.

The Pretty Reckless formed in After two years on the road supporting 2010's Light Me Up, The Pretty Reckless had risen through rock 'n' roll's ranks to become a profound if not polarizing presence.  Over the course of their debut and 2012's Hit Me Like a Man EP, The quartet sold over 250,000 albums and 1 million digital tracks as they hit the road supporting Evanescence, Guns N' Roses and Marilyn Manson in addition to headline runs in both the U.S. and abroad.

The Pretty Reckless is Taylor Momsen (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Ben Phillips (lead guitar, backing vocals), Mark Damon (bass) and Jamie Perkins (drums). The band is managed by David Sonenberg and William Derella for DAS Communications Ltd and booked by Jeffrey Hasson and Matt Galle at Paradigm.


September 25 – Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits
September 26 - Tampa, FL - The Orpheum
September 27- Ft. Lauderdale, FL 0 Revolution Live
September 28   - Orlando, FL - The Social
September 29-Pensacola, FL -Vinyl Music Hall
September 30-New Orleans, LA-House of Blues
October 2 - Houston, TX -House of Blues
October 3- Austin, TX - The Parish
October 4 -Dallas, TX -House of Blues
October 5 -San Antonio, TX - Sam's Burger Joint
October 7 -Scottsdale, AZ -Pub Rock Live
October 9 -San Diego, CA -House of Blues
October 10 -Anaheim, CA -House of Blues
October 11 -Los Angeles, CA - House of Blues
October 12 -San Francisco, CA - Slim's
October 14 -Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
October 15 -Seattle, WA - El Corazon
October 16 -Vancouver, BC -Rio Theatre
October 18 -Edmonton, AB-The Starlite Room
October 19 -Calgary, AB- The Den
October 20 -Saskatoon, SK - Louis' Pub
October 21 -Winnipeg, MB - West End Cultural Centre
October 23-Minneapolis, MN-Varsity Theatre
October 25-Detroit, MI-St. Andrew's Hall
October 26-Indianapolis, IN-Deluxe at ONC
October 27-Chicago, IL-House of Blues
October 29-Columbus, OH- A&R Music Bar
October 30-Pittsburgh, PA-Stage AE
October 31-Cleveland, OH -House of Blues
November 1 -   Cincinnati, OH-Bogart's
November 3 -   Washington, DC-The Fillmore
November 4 -   Toronto, ON-Phoenix Concert Theatre
November 5 -   Quebec City, QC-Le Cercle
November 8-    Montreal, QC-Theatre Corona
November 9-    New York, NY-Irving Plaza
November 10- Philadelphia, PA-Theatre of  Living Arts
November 11-Boston, MA  - Paradise Rock Club

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