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Today, the Brooklyn-based rock band Big Girl, the project of lead singer and songwriter Kaitlin Pelkey, have announced details of their debut album, Big Girl vs. God, set for release on June 30, 2023 on Weird Sister Records.
Along with the announcement, the band are sharing the LP’s opening salve, “Instructions 2 Say Sorry,” produced by Justin Pizzoferrato (Pixies, Dinosaur Jr., Speedy Ortiz), which follows on the heels of previously released album tracks “Summer Sickness” and “Black-Eyed Susan.”
The band will be celebrating the new single’s release with a show in New York City at The Broadway on Thursday, May 18th. Their album release show will be at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn, NY on July 27, 2023.
Speaking on the new song, Pelkey said “”Instructions 2 Say Sorry” is a badass rock n’ roll banger. With intricate interlaced guitar parts, imperious vocals, and an insistent driving drum beat, this hot-headed track is a call-out to those who refuse to take accountability. With a volatile vocal delivery that ranges from the tones of a taunting school girl to the voice of God herself, it’s clear that Big Girl isn’t waiting around for any apologies – she’s creating her own catharsis.”