Canadians bluesers reveal new song
Fronted by singer/electric washboard player Lori Paradis, Canadian band Sulfur City comes roaring out of your speakers with echoes of Grace Slick, Patti Smith and Janis Joplin. This is no wimpy chick rock! Sulfur City is the first female-fronted band on Alive Records, and their balls-to-the-wall, high-energy gritty style fits right in with label mates like The Black Keys and Left Lane Cruiser.
Raised in the small mining village in Northeastern Ontario, Lori’s lyrics reflect her life experience (she has been a truck driver on a construction crew, a bartender and a house painter, among other odd jobs). Talking Loud was recorded at the infamous Gas Station Recording studio by Dale Morningstar (Cowboy Junkies, Neko Case), and features Jesse Lagace (guitar/vocals), Steve Smith (bass/vocals), Sam King (drums/vocals) and Keith Breit(keys).
Sulfur City’s Talking Loud will available May 27th in limited vinyl, CD and digital formats through Alive Naturalsound Records.