Hi Guys and Gals,
So Christmas is almost upon us! It's very easy to ignore it then the panic starts when you realise you only have a few weeks left before Christmas Day and it's your turn to have the family round for the festivities. It's 3 weeks to Thanksgiving, which is a sign for us all that Christmas is in sight! I always love to watch one of my favourite films around Thanksgiving called 'Planes, Trains & Automobiles' wih John Candy and Steve Martin. If you haven't seen it, get the uncensored version of it, Steve Martin flips many times in it and it's hilarious to watch! It's about his desperation to get home to his family for Thanksgiving, with the ingenious and hilarious help from John Candy. I wont say anymore as i'll spoil the ending. :D
Right i shall get back to the reason why i'm blogging. There is only 3 weeks to the official date of She's Got Claws Christmas Single, 25th November! So it is now time for a huge push by my PR Company, Manilla PR Ltd, who are doing a fantastic job of securing live radio interviews, Skype interviews and Magazines.
Here is the latest, Steve from Street Voice UK interviewed me for his Fanzine. Loved the questions, he's a great guy who has supported my music for many years throughout my musical adventures with my last band Paparazzi Whore. Please take a look at his latest interview with me :)
This is a snap shot of the beginning of Street Voice's interview with She's Got Claws. Steve certainly knows how to get the fires burning within with his questions. I enjoyed giving him my brutal opinions (but necessary as it needs to be said what others are only thinking) on X Factor and all things Christmas.
This snapshot can also be seen on my 'Press' page on my website, where you will see the latest magazine clippings.
So don't forget Guys and Gals,
'Can We Hope For Christmas' is on pre-order now and the official date for the release on iTunes, Amazon and Play.com is 25th November 2013.
Bye for now!! :)
Micci Lou xx
She's Got Claws
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"Gritty and engaging synth pop" The Electricity Club
"A one woman electronic powerhouse" Electronic Sound Magazine