Kicked in the Mother Feather Brooklyn's Mother Feather Ready To Glam You Up With Rock
BROOKLYN, NY- Welcome to the wild female glam rock world of Mother Feather. Here… in this universe… you will surrender your free will and skillfully apply heavy eyeliner. You will adorn yourself in glitter and leopard print. Fringe and pleather will be added for extra pleasure and your ears will be treated to new singles like “Red Hot Metal” . Ann Courtney, will sing her ass off while sometimes waving her ass in your face BUT ONLY if it is consensual, and that’s one of the many reasons why we love this unique staple of the New York City circuit.
Flanked by Elizabeth Carena (vocals | keyboards) the synchronicity and artistry of the performance they are creating is something I love about glam rock in general, but what these ladies do to perfection is “cry pretty/cry ugly”. Its climax is never more apparent than when Courtney will drench water on her face, releasing the eyeliner and showcasing black tears in a back bend to the audience revealing the passion and pain. They are strong. They are fierce. They are beautiful. They have no fear. They are inspiring the next generation. (Seriously. The most awesome little girls were dressed as the band and were front row for this show and from what I witnessed at the show, ladies, the future woman of this world are going to be SO INCREDIBLE!)
But back to the show, playing tracks off of their new album “Constellation Baby” (which is scheduled for release on November 2nd) Mother Feather had a solid set list which was executed to perfection. To be 100% clear, Mother Feather is an amazing live band. The riffs are sooooo solid, and speaking of solid, this is a shout out to drummer Gunnar Olsen. We are not worthy. You’re incredible. You’re so dam good, that I heard other drummers say, “Ok, let’s pack it up. Why do the rest of us bother?” The vocals are solid. The band is on point. There was never a misstep by this kick-ass band, and if there was you’d never know. That’s just how seamless they are.
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