There is no question — Plush’s astonishing debut self titled first album has and will be gaining a lot of traction with more airplay.
We had the pleasure of our first live experience with this upstart all female quartet, based from New York state, and quickly came away with the notion that — there may not be an audience that they cannot connect with!
Despite, their average age being under 21, they play sets with togetherness of accomplished seasoned veterans.
Plush have already some paid dues while opening for bands like Evanesance and Halestorm, and their next leg for their tour will be a multi-city slot opening for rock guitar legend Slash. The show we caught at Albany New York’s Empire Underground was actually the first time they were able to do a hometown show since their first studio release “Plush” came to be last October 29th.
The Empire Underground venue was in fact a perfect spot for a homecoming/album release party, a very character rich 2-story locale that can simultaneously feature 2 bands performing upstairs and downstairs. And this night a diverse sold out for Plush crowd got to witness the band’s very polished performance.
Lead singer Moriah Formica was dynamic with vocals that are both are strong and mesmerizing, sounding incredibly authentic and genuine throughout. Plush is rounded out with guitarist Bella Perron, bassist Ashley Suppa and drummer Brooke Colucci, who together produce a sharply tuned, aggressive and entertaining live experience.
We do forsee a nucleus for a speedy climb to stardom — another exciting new chapter coming for 21st century rock and roll at its best.
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Post and photos by David DeAngelis