The Devil's Daughters became the talk of the rockabilly town last week when we introduced the Valley to their smokin'-hot sound and cool-cat style.
As promised, the lovely ladies released their first music video over the weekend. The slick production is set to the hopping track "Pass That Bottle," off the group's recently released three-track demo, and shines a spotlight on Arizona's rockin' rockabilly scene. Mysti Moon and Lisa Mortensen show off their curves in skin-tight red dresses, while members from the Arizona Lindy Hop Society cut a rug in the Pabst Blue Ribbon-sponsored video.
Follow the jump to scope it out.
If you're anything like us, seeing the dancing troupe's slick moves will inspire you to seek out your nearest Valley swing night.
The AZ Lindy Hop Society hosts a a swing night every Tuesday evening at the FatCat Ballroom, where $7 gets you a free hour-long dance lesson, refreshments and of course, hot jazz sounds. On Monday nights you can get your swing fix at the Ghost Lounge in the historic San Carlos Hotel in Phoenix with New Times Best Of award winners, Savoy Hop Cats. They also offer a free dance lesson with the $8 cover. Luckily, neither experience nor a dance partner are required to take part in the fun.
Who knows, maybe you can be a part of the DD's next music video.
Know of any other popping swing nights in the Valley? Let us know.
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