Veruca Salt is a band I still want to be in. Today we are honoring the quintessential 90s band and their co-creator, vocalist and guitarist Louise Post, whose birthday was yesterday, Wednesday December 7th… which is fitting as she will forever be our #wcw.
Here is our Veruca Salt appreciation post, for fans let’s all listen to more Veruca Salt, and for new fans I can’t wait for you to discover or re-discover this incredible band.
In the early 90s, Veruca Salt slayed their way out of the Chicago indie rock scene to bring us some of our favorite songs of all time including “Seether” from their iconic, electrifying debut album American Thighs (best name ever), and “Volcano Girls” from 1997’s Eight Arms to Hold You. The music that Louise Post and Nina Gordon of Veruca Salt gifted us throughout the years will never get old and is still my go to for every occasion, including karaoke when I can pretend I’m finally in the band. Listen to some of our favorite tracks, live performances, and interviews below!
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