Razor Braids have today released their new track titled ‘She’. Smooth with signature sounds and suave with bravado, Razor Braids take an original song and make it brilliant with a subtle blend of noise and feeling with garage band attitude and stadium act execution.

How could they not open up for acts like The National and Foo Fighters with a sound like this? Could this be the gateway drug for their new album coming in 2024?

About Razor Braids

Meet Brooklyn’s latest rising pop-rock unit, Razor Braids. Consisting of all queer, female / non-binary members, the soaring harmonies and magnetic sound the band create offer a cathartic sound unlike any other. Recently performing at 2023 SXSW and 2023 Boston Calling opening for The National and Foo Fighters, Razor Braids have also received praise from Brooklyn Vegan, Philthy Mag, Analogue Trash, and Creem Magazine, to name a few. Currently, the four piece are gearing up to record their sophomore album, which is slated for release in 2024.

“She” is an upbeat femme-focused pop track about the excitements and sometimes spontaneity of sapphic love. A carefree video depicting a party scene showcases Razor Braids in their natural habitat, highlighting the in-the-moment beauty of queer hookup culture. A track about being yourself and taking a chance on love, “She” invokes a vocal timbre similar to that of Carly Rae Jepsen, or The Cranberries. Though production wise, the track takes on a rougher edge, invoking a sense of punk-rock in the vein of The Clash or Bikini Kill.