If you’re looking for gentleness, move on, there’s nothing to hear here. In a previous release, Lauren Ruth Ward asked the question “Did I Offend You?” She no longer cares. “Blue Collar Sex Kitten” is unapologetic, both lyrically and melodically. Even during the song's dream-state bridge, in which speech is slowed and Ward’s voice becomes more distant, the song maintains its Rock (in)sensitivities.
charismatic performance, join us in checking the tour schedule of Lauren Ruth Ward. In addition to the Soundcloud stream of “Blue Collar Sex Kitten,” a Youtube video is embedded in this post. The video shows Ward singing “Blue Collar Sex Kitten” in an intimate setting (at Vista Kicks Studio). She has an attention-grabbing presence. The video also shows the song’s co-writer, Eduardo Rivera, on guitar. That is Liv Slingerland playing bass and India Pascucci on drums.
“Blue Collar Sex Kitten”