Title: Going To Hell
Type: Album
Release: March 18, 2014
Status: Complete
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Title: Fucked Up World
Type: Music Video
Release: June 17, 2014
Status: Complete
Sept 17: North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Sept 20: Orlando, Florida
Sept 21: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Sept 23: Mobile, Alabama
Sept 24: New Orleans, Louisiana
Sept 28: Houston, Texas
Oct 2: Reno, Nevada
Oct 5: Vancouver, British Columbia
Oct 10: Los Angeles, California
Oct 11: Anaheim, California
Oct 12: San Diego, California
Oct 17: Denver, Colorado
Oct 23: Saint Louis, Missouri
Oct 24: Chicago, Illinois
Oct 25: Indianapolis, Indiana
Oct 26: Detroit, Michigan
Oct 29: Cleveland, Ohio
Oct 30: Toronto, Ontario
Nov 1: Montreal, Quebec
Nov 6: Portland, Maine
Nov 7: Hampton, New Hampshire
Nov 8: New York, New York

Nov 17: Nottingham, UK
Nov 18: Leeds, UK
Nov 19: Manchester, UK
Nov 20: Glasgow, UK
Nov 22: Oxford, UK
Nov 23: Bristol, UK
Nov 24: Birmingham, UK
Nov 26: London, UK
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Taylor with fans last night in Myrtle Beach, SC

Taylor with fans last night in Myrtle Beach, SC

@taylormomsen: Even the sky over Jacksonville is representing XXXX #freebirdlive @TPROfficial

@taylormomsen: Even the sky over Jacksonville is representing XXXX #freebirdlive @TPROfficial

@taylormomsen: JACKSONVILLE tonight at Freebird Live, gettin done in the Florida sun…#goingtohelltour

@taylormomsen: JACKSONVILLE tonight at Freebird Live, gettin done in the Florida sun…#goingtohelltour

On October 10, The Pretty Reckless will be taping their live show for Yahoo! and LiveNation

Anonymous asked: Do you know how the meet n greet is?

Anonymous asked: Do you know how the VIP tickets work? Do you go early and where do go or does it tell you when you buy them? Thanks!

To answer both questions: I’ve never done M&G with The Pretty Reckless so I don’t have a solid answer. Either you get an email about what time you’re supposed to be at the venue or from what I’ve seen, once you get inside, they’ll point to you to the ticket booth to get your VIP/M&G info. When I bought my VIP, I didn’t get any info about it :c

If anyone had their VIP already, feel free to reply to this or shoot an ask and I’ll add the replies under read more!

Anonymous: do you know if they've played house on a hill yet? I know it was on the setlist but people there were saying they didn't even play it.

They played HOAH on September 11! I think they had only played it (and probably at random show dates) because fans were asking for it the previous nights.

@taylormomsen: “@LilMissTrish94: http://t.co/LI1JLEupdE” great show #goingtohelltour

@taylormomsen: “@LilMissTrish94: http://t.co/LI1JLEupdE” great show #goingtohelltour

@taylormomsen: Tomorrow night (Wednesday) at the House Of Blues in Myrtle Beach #goingtohelltour

@taylormomsen: Tomorrow night (Wednesday) at the House Of Blues in Myrtle Beach #goingtohelltour

XOXO: Taylor Momsen

Good-girl-gone-bad, shock artist, temptress with a penchant for provocation, outspoken wild child or downright diva… You name it, Taylor Momsen has been labelled it. For a girl so often linked to controversy – whether it’s naked stage antics, or that tampon string photo – the first thing that strikes me about the 21-year-old actress, model and band-leader (she fronts grunge ensemble The Pretty Recklace) is her raw honesty. “I don’t like to look at myself as a role model, because I’m making mistakes all the time. I’m crazy,” the St Louis girl tells me. “Don’t imitate me kids, I’m not a role model, I’m just a kid in a band who’s still figuring it out.”

As we speak, she’s sitting on her tour bus somewhere on Veterans Memorial Highway, heading from Las Vegas to Denver. After spending almost three years honing the band’s second album, Going to Hell, Momsen’s “never-ending tour” is very much in motion. She’s used to it all, though: Momsen has been in the spotlight since the age of two, booked by Ford modelling agency for a few cutesy commercial gigs as a toddler, before her first major role in 2000’s Jim Carrey vehicle The Grinch at five. Later, her part as good girl tunred bad Jenny Humphrey in Gossip Girl propelled her to fame.

But child stardom and the cost of fame don’t come cheap, she says. “I don’t have a lot of friends,” admits Momsen, candidly. “I’m a very isolated person, not necessarily by choice, but I pick my friends very carefully. The cool thing about touring is that I live with all of them, I get to live on a bus with my makeshift, fucked-up family.”

Now a seasoned crowd-teaser, Momsen sure knows how to work a room – whether it means flashing her duct-taped nipples or frolicking on stage in towering stripper heels. At least that was until ‘Recklace unveiled the video for “Heaven Knows” – the album’s lead single, which sees “Smells Like Teen Spirit” riffs colliding with a darkly haunting Pink Floyd’s The Wall-esque choir. The February-launched short saw Momsen ditch the dark warpaint and dungeon-wear for unabashed nudity. When the big “reveal” comes, her privacy is protected by a bold black cross pointing downwards.

In her debut filmmaking foray, visuals were handled by Momsen herself. “I’m always involved in the videos, I just finally got the credit for it this time,” she laughs. “I use religion as a metaphor a lot. It’s in my common vernacular. I was raised Catholic, but it’s a metaphor that’s been used in rock ’n’ roll for so long. Heaven, hell, good, evil – very simple concepts that I’m expanding on. I’m not a satanist though, I’m more spiritual than religious. But if you’re telling me I’m doing something more controversial than Robert Plant, you’re fucking crazy.”

The album’s recording process was by no means plain sailing. “We went through a lot to make this record, a lot of tragedy and unpleasantness,” she concedes. “We had the hurricane [Sandy] wipe out the studio, taking everything with it. I can’t milk it too much, as a lot of people had it worse than us. But it took our guitars and all of our custom-built studio equipment. We were rolling really fast and it just shut everything down.”

Then, just as the band had regrouped, the mother of Going To Hell’s producer Kato Khandwala passed away. “She was like a mother to everyone,” Momsen says, faintly glassy eyed. “The album is dedicated to her. I don’t want to get too into it, but none of us are over that.” Despite the deathly eye makeup, the scorned forward stares and the period play, Momsen is grounded, refreshingly honest and petal-like in her sensitivity. “I write these songs for myself, because I like writing music,” she reflects. “When you start to see people connecting with it, that’s the highest compliment you can get as a songwriter. The main thing was being honest, bare and exposed. The idea is that you come into this world with nothing but your soul, and leave with nothing but your soul. That’s what’s real to me.”

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