NY City’s Morningwood brought a delightfully trashy and hedonistic sense of fun to alternative pop/rock and roll in the first 21st hundred years. Led by vocalist Chantal Claret, whose colourful and sexy strategy owed much towards the Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde as well as the Divinyls’ Christina Amphlett, ny foursome shaped in 2001, molding components of hard rock and roll, punk, new influx, and glam rock and roll right into a sex-driven amalgam of audio. Core people Claret and bassist Pedro Yanowitz (an ex-member from the Wallflowers, for whom he performed drums) got originally met in a party, while guitarist Richard Metal (formerly from the music group Spacehog) and drummer Japa Keenon O climbed aboard immediately after. In 2003, Morningwood documented their self-titled debut EP, that they released separately independently Rockhardcock Information label; they implemented its release having a four-track EP entitled It’s T***. The music group then authorized to Capitol Information on the effectiveness of its live display, which had gained an infamous status in NY because of its good-natured sexuality and sweaty energy. Maker Gil Norton authorized to helm the band’s debut recording, Morningwood, that was released in early 2006. Morningwood obtained some exposure in ’09 2009 when their track “THE VERY BEST of Me” was selected because the theme track for VH1’s Daisy of Like. Later that 12 months, the music group released its sophomore record, Gemstones & Studs.