VIDEO PREMIERE: Pamela Sue Mann – Ouch

VIDEO PREMIERE: Pamela Sue Mann - Ouch

Ouch is an angry fella…a “Tough Love” letter to that person who’s a bit too indulgent in courting difficulty and depression. Ouch is intended to snap the listener out of torture and toxicity, to thus thwart the utter alienation which happens so often when choosing to shrink into the helpless dark place, the behaviour back alley, tripping pathetic over oneself and the other in tandem.

With the talents of Terry Edwards (PJ Harvey) on saxophone and Paul Cuddeford (Steve Harley and LSt Day Sect) on guitar, Byron Isaacs (Lumineers, Levin Helm) on bass and Pamela Sue Mann on everything else.

OUCH is from the critically acclaimed Pamela Sue Mann album BREAK (Maniac Squat Records). Self-produced by Pamela and mixed and engineered by Music Industry legends and luminaries Kevin Killen (Kate Bush/ U2/ Prince) Gerry Léonard (David Bowie), Michael Tudor (Suzanne Vega/ Moby)…

Stephen George (Ministry, Keith Sweat, Brittany Spears, the Cars)… master explicative remover. Ouch is mastered by Chris Gehringer at Sterling Sound(Naughty by Nature, Lady Gaga, Madonna) OUCH is already receiving airplay and positive reviews internationally.

Watch the video for OUCH – BELOW:

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Mark Millar is the founder of XS Noize and looks after the daily running of the website as well as conducting interviews for the XS Noize Podcast. Mark's favourite album is Achtung Baby by U2.

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