Jagged Jein fights life struggles with “Histamine”

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Honest, vulnerable and full of energy!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Hi Jagged Jein, welcome to LA Music Review! Tell us a little bit about you and your music.

Coming off a lineup change after 2021’s Typical Honey LP…

Long Beach CA’s Jagged Jein is back with a new record. Their new EP “Pith & The Peel” is a vitalizing, four song model of the band’s dynamics and a glimpse into their sonic evolution.

Jagged Jein is the moniker of Kadie DiCarlo, a singer/songwriter/visual artist who built her stature in the 2010’s by playing intimate, psychedelic folk rock around Southern California. In 2016 DiCarlo put a band together, which later spawned 2021’s Typical Honey LP. A few months after the release, the band went through a renewal, changing 3/5ths of the band, thus forging the creation of what would become “Pith & The Peel.”

Post-transformation, the new lineup sought to make a new chapter for Jagged Jein. They began recording in February 2022 while still in the process of writing the songs. Jagged Jein has been playing shows around Long Beach and Los Angeles and plans to expand their reach on the West Coast in 2023.

Start streaming “Histamine” here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Congrats on the release! What was your inspiration when you were writing this project?

Released on November 30, 2022. The inspiration was just the constant inspiration of creating and writing songs about everyday struggles.

What is your vision for this song?

The vision is to just hope to connect with fans through lyrics and also sonically during live shows.

What is your favorite part of the song?

Favorite part would have to be working together…

writing songs, and hearing the complete body of work after recording.

Anything else we should know about it?

Our new record “Pith & The Peel” just came out 11/30/22 and our release show was last 12/3/22 in Long Beach, CA.

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