Wild Me Is the second single taken from ThePearlHarts sophomore album “Love,Chaos”, produced by Danio (Husky Loops, Kari Faux).
Described as a song about frustration within the sexes from the viewpoint of a woman– particularly in hetero cis relationships and how patriarchal ideology can damage and shame a woman and her natural instincts, The Pearl Harts comment further:
“Why do women get called crazy, wild and out of control when their behaviour only mirrors that of men? Rarely is the same label put on them. “Where do I stand if I can’t be the man?” Wild me strives to call out these behaviours by crying out “Wild me, Why me” with force and discontentment.”
Invoking Stooges guitars with influence from Kim Gordon and PJ Harvey, Wild Me boasts hip hop influenced beats with huge 80’s power fills and Jack White-esque guitar pedal wizardry, and forces you to understand that being wild is awe-inspiring and nothing to be ashamed of.
The Pearl Harts’ were born out of love and a desire to make hi-octane rock n’ roll. After being handpicked to open tours with both Garbage and Skunk Anansiewithin the first couple of years of their existence, they have since gone on to support The Kills, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, Counterfeit, and Refused, and have been heard on the likes of Kerrang! Radio, BBC 6 Music, Radio X, Scuzz TV, as well as having their single “Black Blood” featured on popular TV show “Peaky Blinders”. Being 100% DIY makes these achievements all the more impressive.
Having met on the road playing in former bands, lead singer/guitarist Kirsty and drummer/vocalist Sara ran away from their previous lives to become music outlaws on their own terms. Utilising heavy guitars, bouncy grooves and combining Kirsty and Sara’s wide-ranging vocals, The Pearl Harts create a unique and innovative barrage of sound.