Mojo Alice Sign With RFL Records And Release New Lyric Video

Mojo Alice, New Zealand’s masters of Blues, Power Rock, have signed a worldwide deal with RFL Records; Drop the lyric video for ‘Dirty Mary‘ taken from the upcoming release ‘Liquid Sin‘ set to release on July 9th.

Dirty Mary‘ is the first single from the ‘Liquid Sin‘ album and delivers a small taste of what Mojo Alice is all about; hard driving, in your face, pure Rock N’ Roll with a whole lotta spit and vinegar. A perfect combination of 70’s style with the flamboyant, 80’s showmanship, rocketed to the 21st century.

Drummer Morpheus Tilley states: “Mojo Alice are thrilled to be part of the RFL family and look forward to the worldwide release of ‘Liquid Sin‘. The album is a collection of rock songs with a heavy blues groove that really reflect who we are as a band – it is music to drink and raise hell to!

RFL Records CEO, Jon Marchewka comments: “We are extremely excited about having Mojo Alice as part of the RFL family. It’s refreshing to hear a band doing a bluesy, 70’s/early 80’s style of hard rock, while adding a special twist that is pure Mojo. We are ready to introduce Mojo Alice to the world.”

Who would have thought a vocalist’s barefooted stomp would cause so much chaos…

Overflowing with charisma, New Zealand’s, female-fronted, Mojo Alice, brews up a potent combination of primal rock & blues, style, character & balls. And with over 140,000 Spotify streams and 2000 playlist adds in very short order, the band’s “fans first” approach is disrupting more than just expectations.

On December 15th, 2018, Mojo Alice had just finished their 20 minute set in the finals for the Nationwide Battle of The Bands competition. They had travelled over 900 kms and poured everything they had into this competition, making it to the top 15 by beating out 80 other bands. Then – just like that – it was all over…they didn’t win…..and how did they feel? RELIEVED!!

In the true spirit of rock n roll, Mojo Alice vowed to do things their own way.

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