This alternative rock group was formed in 2008 when Brooklyn, New York natives (and brother and sister) Sal and Sarah decided to start making music under the moniker Die Pretty. Success came quickly as their debut effort, Bittersweet, was released in 2009 via Frankfurt, Germany’s Unconform Records. Rave reviews would follow as well as a global iTunes release thanks to InGroove distribution.
Beyond Fate is the latest full-length disc from the Brooklyn-based, female fronted band, Die Pretty. They’ve been creating a stir in the NYC music scene; wowing critics and fans alike with their upbeat brand of pop-influenced alternative rock. Their music contains varied tempos and catchy lyrical hooks that are so attention-grabbing and listener-friendly you will not be unable to get them out of your head long after the player has stopped.
Die Pretty lead vocalist and bassist Sarah Orloff is an up and coming rockstar from New York. Pulling double duty in a band, she needs a trustworthy bass so she can concentrate on her singing. Read on to see why the Fender Precision Lyte bass guitar is Sarah Orloff’s top choice.
Die Pretty are a pop-punk band from New York that are ready to take over the world with their catchy tunes. I recently got the chance to ask vocalist and bassist Sarah Orloff a few questions about their history and her acting job in their music video “Medicated Nation”. Here’s how the conversation went.