Carving out an identity in a music world where nothing is really “new” anymore, Cynthia likes to think that the band’s sound is “authentic and emotional.” “Our songwriting comes from a real place,” she says. SAUCY has toured extensively in Europe and the U.S., sharing the stage with artists such as PJ Harvey, the B-52’s, The Black Eyed Peas, The Cure, Pink, and Wilco. The band had its Central European debut in 2008 during the world famous COLOURS FESTIVAL in Ostrava, Czech Republic, alongside Marianne Faithful & The Gipsy Kings. SAUCY recently placed four of their songs in the indie/gay film “And Then Came Lola.” The movie and the soundtrack are playing in festivals all over the world and stirring up quite a buzz! The SAUCY catalogue has also shown up on several high-profile television shows in the States, including iCarly, Zoey 101, MTV, Veronica Mars, Drake & Josh (TV & Film), and most recently in the Hollywood film festival debut of “Amexica.” SAUCY MONKY’s current lineup includes Steve Giles on bass and Megan Jane on drums. The band has been recording their fourth album in Los Angeles, produced by Cynthia, who also produced the band’s previous albums, Turbulence & Between the Bars, and songs off their first release, Celebrity Trash. All records are currently available on iTunes, and released on their own indie label, olivoiL records.
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