Sizzy Rocket is redefining Y2K resurgence and the punk revival in her own way.
LA-based rock-influenced, pop supergirl Sizzy Rocket had just released another single, "Bubblegum" off of her upcoming album, Live Laugh Love. Driven by distorted electric guitar chords and solos, accentuated with 808s and Sizzy's metallic vocal, "Bubblegum" carries the kind of grudge that we haven't heard since the 2000s New York garage rock scene. Compared to the disco-charged, power club mix that is "Rebel Revolution," or the absolute slay and frenzy of "Wendy's Parking Lot" and "Live Laugh Love," the new single somehow has even more edge. Something about the way Sizzy drags out her annunciation of "SMACK" in the chorus just feels different, quite frankly, it is indeed "All up in your face."