Netty Rose is the indie alt/blues band making waves ahead of their highly-anticipated EP, Beautiful Things, released on February 10th. While working with family might not always be a recipe for success, the band, comprised in part of twins Annette (Netty) and Rudy Coviello, have proven otherwise, demonstrating their collaborative writing process through their lyrics and melodies, the group’s writing process is a collaborative effort between the two.
Annette, the band’s vocalist, began professional vocal training at the age of nine and has since developed her unique sound. Influenced by the likes of Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, and other powerful female vocalists, she pushes the boundaries. Rudy, the band’s bassist, is a skilled musician who has played with a variety of touring bands and served as a studio bass player for artists in a range of genres. Adding to the list, the band’s drummer and producer, Chris Badami, has an impressive resume, having worked with successful recording artists like The Early November and The Starting Line. He is sponsored by Vater Percussion and the band is endorsed by ELI (Empirical Labs). The group’s lead guitarist, Jason DeGeorge, has played alongside artists like Hanson and Ben Harper.
Netty Rose released their debut EP, Fiend for the Obscene, in 2014, subsequently followed by Nola in 2018, the standout track “Walk” a relatable exploration of empathy and seeing things from different perspectives. The band’s upcoming EP, Beautiful Things, features all new songs and is inspired by personal and professional growth.The first track from the EP, “Riled Child,” is described by the band as “a song about living life pedal to the metal. It’s a very personal track that warns the pitfalls of living hard and fast and how nothing is ever enough. We wanted it to be very dark and dingy but also fun and grooving to really capture the mood of the song. Gives plenty of ups and downs, just like in life.”
Head below to discover Netty Rose’s unique sound…