Photo credit Jaquelyn Trezzo.

Goth pop and electro act Miss Trezz (yes, pun intended) has released a brand-new single that might just sink some teeth into you. 'Slither', as it is rightly called, is an anthem where Miss Trezz proudly proclaims herself to be "God's favorite misfit", though I'm sure many folks would fist fight to claim that title for themselves. This single sees Miss Trezz sing about gossip and rumors and how toxic and debilitating it can be to one's own psyche and emotional state. 

Her performance as a snake-like goddess amongst her prey in the music video is an analogy for that, as is the many visual displays of past traumas and external pressures. The video, directed by Jacquelyn Trezzo and shot by Steven Rosales, has deep Bauhaus influences written all over it as well as a love for latex and all things dark and spooky. You can stream and view the video below. 


Miss Trezz sinks her fangs into us with new single 'Slither'
May 30, 2024
Brutal Resonance

Miss Trezz sinks her fangs into us with new single 'Slither'

Photo credit Jaquelyn Trezzo.

Goth pop and electro act Miss Trezz (yes, pun intended) has released a brand-new single that might just sink some teeth into you. 'Slither', as it is rightly called, is an anthem where Miss Trezz proudly proclaims herself to be "God's favorite misfit", though I'm sure many folks would fist fight to claim that title for themselves. This single sees Miss Trezz sing about gossip and rumors and how toxic and debilitating it can be to one's own psyche and emotional state. 

Her performance as a snake-like goddess amongst her prey in the music video is an analogy for that, as is the many visual displays of past traumas and external pressures. The video, directed by Jacquelyn Trezzo and shot by Steven Rosales, has deep Bauhaus influences written all over it as well as a love for latex and all things dark and spooky. You can stream and view the video below. 


May 30 2024

Steven Gullotta

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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