Kendra & The Bunnies Release New Psychedelic Folk Americana Album: Thank You
Kendra & the Bunnies have been baking in the oven for quite a bit of time – some of the songs being written a few years ago.
The inspiration for this album is inspired by Kendra’s love for the West.
Her style is psychedelic folk-rock Americana music mixed with the spoken word. She has been featured in publications such as JamBase, Relix, The Hollywood Digest, Indie Pulse Music, and more. Additionally, she has charted three songs with Kendra & the Bunnies on the digital radio charts, rising as high as #38.
“Thank You” is a 15 track project featuring a number of great musicians from around the country including: Marcus Rezak (Shred is Dead), Garrett Morris (The Higgs), Jes Music, All Shapes, Will Traylor, Mister Trent (Kerosene Hymns) + Ashten Talley & Elvira Shi for co-writes.
This is Kendra & the Bunnies third album – lead by Kendra Muecke, who is a singer/songwriter, writer, poet, actress, and published author. It represents a strong dive into alternative rock style mixed with brightly haunting folk melodies and immersive electronic elements.
The genre takes on a looming psychedelic folk Americana feel with both rock vibes and electronic elements. The approach is in Kendra’s style of the storyteller. Through “of Thank You”, she asks, “Who are we as a people? What do we Featuring many artists as the bunnies… Marcus Rezak (Shred is Dead), Garrett Morris (The Higgs), Jes Music, All Shapes, Will Traylor, Mister Trent (Kerosene Hymns)…
+ Ashten Talley & Elvira Shi for co-writes.
The themes remain in the spirit of world peace and good thoughts for the people want.
About Kendra & the Bunnies
Kendra Muecke is a singer/songwriter, writer, actress, and published author. She performs under the stage name “Kendra & the Bunnies”, as a psychedelic folk rock Americana and spoken word artist. Her style heavily utilizes the element of storytelling through song, painting a creative experience for the listener.
She has released three albums, charted globally at #38 on the digital radio charts, published two books, writes for several online music magazines, is SAG-Aftra Eligible, and tours nationally. She is known to support and volunteer with Strings For Hope (based in Nashville), Artists For Trauma (based in Los Angeles), and Smoke-free Music Cities (a National organization). She graduated from Pepperdine University with a BFA in Theatre Arts and attended the Musicians Institute in the Independent Artists Program.
Her mission is founded on peaceful collaborative experience and shared understanding. Kendra’s sound is composed of singing, spoken word, guitar (electric and acoustic), percussion, lead electric guitar, and electronic samples. Under the self-titled genre, “Celtic Americana’ that chants from the valleys of Folk, Western-Rock, and New School Blues”, Kendra aims to bring the listener into thinking about where the roots of folk-americana were founded.