September 23, 2022
Plush Releases An Impressive Self-Titled Debut Album

All-female rock band PLUSH releases their self-titled debut album, which is available now on all streaming platforms and traditional outlets via Pavement Entertainment. Produced by Johnny K (Staind, 3 Doors Down, Disturbed), PLUSH’s debut showcases heavy, melodic music that resonates with people of all ages. It features the hit single “Hate,” which reached number 24 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart. The Associated Press dubs PLUSH “the future of rock.”

Stream PLUSH’s debut album here: https://orcd.co/plushalbum

The release is also available on CD and will be on vinyl in Spring/Summer of 2022: https://www.pavementmusic.com/campaign/plush/

Vocalist Moriah Formica says, “I’m super excited for everyone to finally hear what we’ve been working on. I truly believe there is a song on it for everyone!”

Bassist Ashley Supa notes, “The creation of this album was pure energy, passion, and innovation. We could not be more excited to release something that is so reflective of us. We lived these songs, we loved them, and most importantly we learned so much from them.”

Guitarist Bella Perron adds, “We have all put so much into this album and I think the record really makes a statement on who we are as a band. I’m so excited for you all to hear it!”

Hailing from Upstate New York, PLUSH is composed of four phenomenal girls, all under the age of 21, whose accomplishments and talent eclipse their age. They have one goal in mind: to bring an all-female-inspired rock band back to the forefront of the music industry.
Drummer Brooke Colucci says, “I couldn’t be more grateful for all the love and support we’ve been receiving on our debut album.”

For the latest on PLUSH, visit:

Official Site: plushrocks.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PLUSHOFFICIAL/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/plushrocks/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/PLUSHROCKS

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