Listen to the new song from Prudence’s Heir – Bath Salts
Tell us about where you are from and how you got to this position today.
Prudence’s Heir is an indie rock band from Lake Zurich, IL. After only six months of grueling and rigorous practice they have mastered the art of playing music with their hands and faces. With the release of their EP “Audeamus Contra,” they are well on their way to taking over the world with their music and then one day the universe. Don’t worry though, they don’t have lasers or anything crazy like that, simply the power and drive of their jaw dropping, ball shattering rock!
What do you have coming up? What are some of the new projects we can expect to see?
Lately we’ve been gigging around the Chicago-land area, growing our following of fans (known as Prudes), and trying to figure out how to clone a velociraptor to use as a back up vocalist, because why the hell not?
Tell us more about the current song you are promoting to everyone.
“Bath Salts” is about freakin’ zombies. You read that right, mutha lovin’ zombies. It’s a prophecy of the inevitable undead apocalypse and Prudence’s Heir comes along to save the world from corpse-ified fiends.
How does your music separate yourself from other artists and bands out there?
We have a very diverse collection of songs and musicians. The music we have created thus far is very engaging and makes the listener want more. Not to mention, we travel in giant robots that are invisible to the naked eye.
Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in the industry?
Just starting out, we haven’t had the opportunity to face many challenges yet. But if we had to pick one, it would be a burrito avalanche.
What was one of the biggest set backs in your career and how did you bounce back?
We had to fire the lead guitarist who helped establish the band. But not long after we found Cory with his golden fingers and started kicking even more butt than we had previously been able to kick.
What are some things artists need to be careful of?
Artists need to be able to kick back and have fun. If you take yourself too seriously then you’re never going to enjoy the music you create.
What suggestions do you have for other artists like yourself?
Love what you do and do what you love. But don’t steal goats. That’s just messed up
What is one of your favorite ways to promote yourself and your music?
We promote a lot through Facebook and Reverbnation. We post showtimes and music on those sites. Sometimes we just climb onto rooftops and shout to the world that we play music.