West Palm Beach, FL, June 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Summer just got a whole sunnier in South Florida as the Broward Palm Beach New Times announced their Readers’ Choice Best Of Awards for 2013. It’s the best of everything from Broward County to the Palm Beaches, including restaurants, bars, night clubs, food, drink, DJs and rock bands. The brightest rays are shining on up and coming indie band, Pretty Girls, who emerged less than a year ago on the music scene and have stolen hearts in South Florida with their unique sound.
Pretty Girls was voted The Best Rock Band, chosen among four bands by New Times readers. Guitarist, Bobby Maloy and one of the founders of Pretty Girls, graciously gives credit to the fans for their success, “Music isn’t a competitive sport,” he says. “We’re having fun sharing our music and people are having fun at our shows. That’s what it’s about. Doing what we love and having fun.”
The hometown band includes lead singer, Kyla Bostick, drummer, Brandon Seymour and guitarist, Bobby Maloy. The trio will release their debut EP, titled “Daymares,” this summer and have an long list of upcoming shows planned to keep their fans – old and new – rocking all summer long. Their next show is set for Friday, June 21 at Churchill’s in Miami.
“We are so honored. Being chosen like this, it really shows that when you want something bad enough, anything is possible,” drummer, Brandon Seymour, also a founder of the band, reflects. “It’s pretty crazy to think that only a year ago, Pretty Girls didn’t even exist. We really appreciate everyone’s support.”
About Pretty Girls
Pretty Girls is a 3-piece indie band from South Florida. Their signature sound combines elements of surf, garage and psychedelia with heavy power pop vibes. Pretty Girls was formed by Bobby Maloy and Brandon Seymour in July 2012 and they are currently working on their debut EP “DAYMARES” which should be available for download in Summer 2013. Find more information on their website at www.prettygirlsband.com