The Pretty Reckless’ frontwoman, the ever-so-sultry, and vibrant Taylor Momsen looks as chill as ever as she took to social media via Instagram to highlight this photo of her in ripped, baggy jeans, white top, jacket, and oversized sunglasses. The photo was taken in the bathroom prior to one of her most recent shows and at her rehearsal. The group’s latest studio album, Death By Rock and Roll has been a domestic smash as in the United States it was the highest-selling album in the country in its release week, selling 16,000 copies and earning 17,366 album-equivalent units in total.
The album debuted at the top of the Top Album Sales chart, becoming the band’s first number one and third top-ten while reaching the 28th position on the Billboard 200. Of the total number of albums sold, 5,300 were sold in vinyl format, enabling a number five debut on the Vinyl Albums Chart.
In other news regarding Taylor Momsen, who not too long ago posted these sexy beach photos would recently be interviewed by iHeartRadio Canada to discuss the preconceived notions fans had about her during the early years of The Pretty Reckless. Credit to Blabbermouth for the following.
“We’ve been around now for a while, and we’ve certainly felt a shift in acceptance from other bands and the industry and things like that, where I think in the beginning, it was kind of an uphill battle, for me at least. People had a lot of preconceived notions about me, I guess, is the right way to say it, and it’s taken time to kind of prove that this is a real thing and a real band and not some sort of fling or whatever. And so I think that that’s been really amazing. But also, I don’t wanna shun the women thing too, because I don’t like that it’s so focused on it all the time, but at the same time, when we started, there weren’t a lot of female-fronted rock bands, and you’re seeing way more of that now, which I think is awesome.
“I never wanna say that I’m a role model or anything — I would get asked that, and I’m, like, ‘I don’t want that pressure’ — but it is cool to see that hopefully I think I’ve inspired some other girls and women to pick up instruments and start writing songs and playing in a band and listening to great rock and roll records,” she continued. “And I think that that’s awesome. If I can share that with anyone, then I’m doing something right.”