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FELICITY Channel Rock & Roll Brilliance On “She’s Nuclear”

[Photo by: Niles Gregory]

FELICITY are back once again with another banger in the form of their new track, “She’s Nuclear“. It’s been quite the year for the band. Delivering a handful of singles to follow up their 2021 debut Dear Universe, they have delved into every corner of alternative music. From the atmospheric Calling All Captains-featuring “GOD MODE” to the viral sensation that is “Emo Trash“, they’ve been turning heads at every opportunity. Now with “She’s Nuclear”, they are delving into down-and-dirty rock and roll in some style.

Every lick of this new track feels like it has been soaked in bourbon and set aflame. That feels suitable when you consider the song is about getting hot under the collar for that special someone. It’s a rough and ready piece of classic rock encased in a modern scene shell, and it’s a killer combination. Throw in some harsh screams and a towering riff that will be trapped in your head for weeks. It’s another home run from a band that simply cannot be stopped right now.

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Guitarist Drew Rapier had this to say about the song and how it came to be:

“The first day we sat down in the studio with our producer Andrew Wade to work on this next batch of FELICITY material, the first guitar riff we wrote was the riff in ‘She’s Nuclear,’ and from that very moment, we knew the trajectory of this band had changed. Don’t Call 9-1-1, but we think ‘She’s Nuclear’ is the hottest rock track OF THE YEAR!”

If you like what you hear, you should know that there is so much more to come. FELICITY will be releasing EIGHT more new singles over the next year, so plenty to get your teeth into. For now, get stuck into “Levitate”, which caught the attention of Emo Nite, where the band performed at the recent event at AVALON Hollywood.

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