Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Kill My Coquette. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I was kindled by their wild spirit.
As soon as I hit the play button I immediately fell in love with this band.
An energetic and irreverent sound that manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second able to awake your most rock spirit.
A sound that recalls the rock/punk of the 70s. Sincere and direct music without strings attached.
It must be a real pleasure to see this band live, the sexy and sinuous voice of the singer distinguishes, even more, the sound of this band.
An impactful frontwoman who “eats” the stage with her contagious and charming energy.
This music is therapeutic, finally a bit of healthy rock and roll made of blood and passion.
A band that I recommend to everyone, a beautiful discovery.
LA’s Gonna Tear You Apart is Kill My Coquette’s Single Out Now!
Pure and Free!
Los Angeles-based Kill My Coquette delivers pop hooks with a snotty rock sneer.
Regulars on the Sunset Strip with audiences spanning across SoCal, Kill My Coquette has opened for bands like Off! and Bad Religion. Their punk-infused music video for Post Teenage Angst features rock legends Richie Ramone (Ramones), Cherie Currie (The Runaways), and DJ Rodney Bingenheimer. Bingenheimer played Kill My Coquette first on Los Angeles’ premiere rock radio station KROQ, and continues to spin their songs since his move to SiriusXM.
Kill My Coquette frontwoman Natalie Denise Sperl grew up in the Midwest in a family of musicians. Sperl broke into entertainment as a model, featured on magazine covers and runways across Europe. She relocated to Los Angeles when she fell in love with acting. Sperl has starred in cult horror flicks, studio films, and hit TV shows. She recently received the Best Supporting Actress Award from Flicks Film Festival for her work in the film “Bardo Blues.”
NorCal native and multi-instrumentalist Mike Evans has filled out the band’s sound on bass since inception. Evans grew up in the California punk scene with a prolific career playing in many bands. Guitarist Adam Smith learned to rip wild licks to cure boredom in desolate Alaska, a skill he gifted to the LA local scene over a decade ago.