On September 21, Nashville P***y released their seventh studio album Pleased to Eat You via earMUSIC.  The band, originally formed in 1997, consists of vocalist Blaine Cartwright, guitarist Ruyter Suys, bassist Bonnie Buitrago, and drummer Ben Thomas.  For those not familiar with NP’s previous work, it was described to me as “Good, ‘ol fashioned, dirty Southern rock” and that description is more than apt!  

NP gives the listener their best from the beginning as the two best tracks on this album are the first two songs:  “She Keeps me Coming” and “We Want a War”. The opening riff of “She Keeps Me Coming” serves as an instant draw into the band’s sound and work on Pleased to Eat You.  It’s a short but blistering song full of raw energy and a great exemplification of the band’s sound.  The second track is actually the first release off the album. “We Want a War” possesses a slower pace than the opening song but also a catchier message and chorus that stick with the listener.  Cartwright’s passionate voice carries the message through as he wails “We want a war right now” throughout the song; this track is a perfect rebellion track that is very representative of the band’s career!

The rest of the album after these two opening tracks is also very solid.  Per NP’s writing style most of the songs serve as short bursts of energy (at 4:22 “Endless Ride” is the longest track) and sound exactly like what one would expect out of NP: a true Southern-Rock style band out to have a good time!  I give this album a very solid 7/10 stars!

Please checkout the video for “We Want a War” in edition to the track listing for Pleased to Eat You as well as future tour dates:

Track Listing:

  1. She Keeps Me Coming
  2. We Want a War
  3. Just Another White Boy
  4. Go Home and Die
  5. Low Down Dirty Pig
  6. Testify
  7. One Bad Mother
  8. Woke Up
  9. Drinking My Life Away
  10. Endless Ride
  11. CCKMP
  12. Hang Tight
  13. Tired of Pretending
  14. Blaine’s Bedtime Stories 

Future Tour dates:

November 6 at Secret Place in Saint Jean De Vedas, France

November 10 at PTR Usine in Chatelaine-Geneve, Switzerland

November 12 at Backstage Concerts in Muchen, Germany

November 16 at Scheune in Dresden-Gittersee, Germany

November 18 at Rockpalast in Bochum, Germany

November 21 at The Globe in Cardiff, United Kingdom

November 24 at Fibbers in York, United Kingdom

November 25 at Underworld Camden in London, United Kingdom

February 7 at Nile Theater in Mesa, Arizona

February 8 at Whiskey A Go Go in West Hollywood, CA

February 9 at Marty’s on Newport in Tustin, CA

February 10 at The Observatory North Park in San Diego, CA

February 12 at Backstage Bar and Billiards in Las Vegas, NV

February 13 at Alex’s Bar in Long Beach, CA

February 14 at Discovery Ventura in Ventura, CA

February 15 at The Ritz in San Jose, CA

February 16 at Slim’s in San Francisco, CA

February 17 at Harlow’s Restaurant in Sacramento, CA

February 19 at Wild Buffalo House of Music in Bellingham, WA

February 21 at El Corazon in Seattle, WA

February 22 at Volcanic Theatre Pub in Bend, OR

February 23 at Lost on Main in Chico, CA

February 27 at Trees in Dallas, TX

February 28 at Parish in Austin, TX

March 1 at White Oak Music Hall in Houston, TX

March 2 at Santos Automotive Center in New Orleans, LA

Fans can find Nashville P***y at the following locations:



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