The fierce and incendiary Loz Campbell has unleashed her hard hitting new single ‘Bad Girl’ available now on all platforms. Encompassing spicy guitar riffs, sultry and alluring vocals and a rhythm heavy groove, the modern alternative cautionary tale will have heads nodding and swaying from the turn of the ignition.
“The catalyst came from me landing back on the dating scene and experiencing some people only wanting the ‘Loz’ that they see at a show…” the Yorkshire UK based front woman/guitarist opens up, “The ‘Loz’ in her fishnets, prowling the stage with a guitar and throwing her hair around, the ‘bad girl’”.
In her heaviest, rockiest and most revealing reflection to date, “The second verse is the cynical side of me, such as “no glitter is made of gold” meaning nothing good is what it seems. In the quiet section I open up with the lyrics “please don’t let my heart crack”, which really shows what’s underneath all the guitar wielding bravado.” The single was recorded at Monochrome Productions & produced/mixed/mastered by Tom Gittins (Emma Blackery, Broken Witt Rebels, Bad Pollyanna).
Being a self confessed petrolhead, the accompanying video produced by Fly Girl Films was shot locally on location at Raven Works garage which is close to her heart; “I LOVE riding bikes and tinkering with engines so we went for a high energy video full of fire, whiskey, motorbikes and guitars. I put a call out on facebook for friends and fans to get involved, it was great to have such a cool group of people together for it. We had a lot of fun!”
Having picked up the guitar at 11 years old, she enthuses “I wanted to play what I was listening to (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Guns n Roses) and was drawn to be in a band and create my own music. I would draw shapes in books for different drum beats for songs and I was always writing stories.” Going on to rapidly gain a reputation for delivering fiery live shows, her and her band Steve Pickles (bass) and Tom Kirby (drums) have toured around the UK and invited to play such iconic stages as London’s 100 Club. 2022 will feature more releases, shows, a special UK tour to be announced and festival appearances including Wildfire Festival in Scotland and Cornwall Rocks.
Loz Campbell…don’t be afraid, but she is giving no quarter, here to smash speakers and slay audiences.
Firekind & Loz Campbell Co-Headline Tour 2022
Firekind and Loz Campbell, two of the most exciting up and coming artists on the UK rock scene, unite side by side for a special co-headline tour dropping in hot at 6 venues over the course of a week this summer.
Are you already wishing it was summer? You bet that Firekind and Loz Campbell are…
July 3 – Glasgow – Nice N Sleazy
July 4 – Newcastle – Trillians*
July 5 – Liverpool – Jacaranda Club
July 6 – York – Victoria Vaults**
July 7 – Chesterfield – County Music Bar
July 8 – Birmingham – Asylum 2