Faster Pussycat rose from the depths of the mid-‘80s Hollywood rock scene, taking the Sunset Strip by storm with a sound that wasn’t glam and wasn’t punk but blistered somewhere in between. With an attitude and swagger all its own, their self-titled debut featured the instant classics “Babylon”, “Bathroom Wall,” “Cathouse” and “Don’t Change That Song,” and its follow-up ‘Wake Me When It’s Over’ climbed even higher with the radio hit “House Of Pain,” “Poison Ivy” and “Where There’s A WhipThere’s A Way.” Despite their successes, Faster defied the mainstream mold and always followedfrontmanTaime Downe’s underground sensibilities. The gold and platinum records are nice, but Taimeconsiders his greatest accomplishment to be longevity. “The only number that really matters to me is the number 35. Three and half decades later, Faster Pussycat is still rocking, and it feels as fresh as it did in 1986.” Look no further than their 2021releases “Nola” and the Johnny Thunders cover “PirateLove”–Faster Pussycat are as virile and tenacious as ever… and won’t have it any other way.