Pretty Sick's New Single Previews Release of Band’s First Full-Length Album

Pretty Sick's New Single Previews Release of Band’s First Full-Length Album

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Pretty Sick's New Single Previews Release of Band’s First Full-Length Album

A sneak peek at a major debut; Guess you can say it’s, “pretty sick”

A sneak peek at a major debut; Guess you can say it’s, “pretty sick”

Text: Ava Manson

You read that right—after years of releasing music, indie rock band Pretty Sick has finally announced their first full-length album, Makes Me Sick Makes Me Smile, and V already have a preview. The first to be released of the album’s 12 tracks, “Human Condition” is out now, accompanied by a striking music video directed by Frank Lebon, which features vocalist and bassist Sabrina Fuentes who started Pretty Sick at age 13.

Currently based in London, the New York City native packs her music full of adolescent memory. Makes Me Sick Makes Me Smile is a rowdy recollection of Fuentes’ past, as she battled the anxieties of toxic relationships and dangerous situations that she says, “still keep me up at night.” Compiling the message of past EPs Come Down and Deep Divine, Fuentes paints a portrait of her experiences with candor and romance in an intimate look inside the artist’s mind.

Pretty Sick, made up of Fuentes, guitarist Orazio Argentero, and drummer Ava Kaufman, will accompany Beabadoobee on a UK and Ireland tour this October, following the September 30 release of Makes Me Sick Makes Me Smile. Show locations will include Bristol, Mancheser, Glasgow, and London.

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