The Pretty Reckless Score Fourth Consecutive #1 Rock Hit With New Single “Take Me Down”

The Pretty Reckless smashes it! “Take Me Down,” the first single from the upcoming album Who You Selling For, has reached #1 on the rock chart, after just 7 short weeks. This milestone marks the fourth consecutive #1 for the band who broke records as the first female-fronted band to have three chart toppers in a row with “Heaven Knows,” “Messed Up World” and “Follow Me Down” (all from 2014’s Going To Hell) – a feat that has not been accomplished since The Pretenders in 1984, over 30 years ago.

“The Pretty Reckless are the most exciting new band in rock. Taylor Momsen is a star, and we take a great deal of pride in helping the band break through in a genre largely dominated by male artists,” says Razor & Tie Co-founder Cliff Chenfeld. “This is just the beginning.”

The Pretty Reckless’s extraordinary third studio album Who You Selling For is set for release on October 21. Produced by longtime collaborator Kato Khandwala, Who You Selling For expands the band’s sound to encompass soul, blues and rock and roll. The songs were written by front woman Taylor Momsen and guitarist Ben Phillips. Momsen’s dark lyrics and raw, charismatic vocals are on full display and the band delivers at full intensity with a level of musicianship that raises the bar.

TPR hits the road this fall in support of the album, hitting major markets in the US and wrapping on December 6th in Los Angeles. The Pretty Reckless is managed by DAS Communications, Ltd.



Full routing is as follows:

October 20 Tulsa, OK Brady Theater (Wizard World)

October 22 Elverta, CA Discover Park (Aftershock Festival)

October 23 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues

October 24 Scottsdale, AZ Livewire

October 26 Lubbock, TX Wild West

October 27 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Live!

October 29 New Orleans, LA City Park (Voodoo Festival)

October 30 Houston, TX House of Blues

November 1 Atlanta, GA The Buckhead Theatre

November 3 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Revolution Live

November 4 Orlando, FL House of Blues

November 5 Destin, FL Club LA

November 7 Nashville, TN The Cannery Ballroom

November 10 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall

November 11 Chicago, IL House of Blues

November 12 Cleveland, OH House of Blues

November 13 Toronto, ON The Phoenix Concert Theater

November 15 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club

November 16 New York, NY Terminal 5

November 18 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live!

November 19 Niagara Falls, NY The Rapids Theater

November 21 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium

November 22 Clive, IA 7 Flags Event Center

November 23 Minneapolis, MN Myth Live Event Center

November 25 Green Bay, WI The Sandlot Entertainment Complex

November 26 Sioux City, IA Anthem @ Hard Rock

November 28 Denver, CO The Ogden Theatre

November 30 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot

December 1 Boise, ID Knitting Factory

December 2 Seattle, WA The Showbox

December 3 Portland, OR The Roseland Theater

December 6 Los Angeles, CA Mayan Theater