“ The Aces could well be your new favourite band.” – CLASH
“Slinky pop that traces the missing link between Haim, The 1975, and Muna.” – Noisey
“More honest than most pop songs.” – NPR
“’Four girls about to rule the world’ emblazons the homepage for The Aces… that declaration sounds about right.” – FADER
“Just enough pop and rock that it falls in the same vein as The 1975 and HAIM.” – PAPER Mag
“Fellow ’70s and ’80s obsessives like Haim and Tegan and Sara are the obvious comparisons, but there’s a grunginess to the Utah four-piece that sets them apart.” – Idolator
July 28th, 2017 – Singapore – The Aces’ much anticipated debut EP ‘I Don’t Like Being Honest’ was released globally late last month. Today, the band is excited to share the official music video for the EP track, “Baby Who”, which was directed by drummer Alisa Ramirez. ‘This video is an intimate look at our lifelong friendship,’ says Alisa. “The four of us spent the majority of our lives running around the neighbourhood where we filmed. We wanted fans to be able to experience the surroundings that shaped us as friends, as people, and of course as a band.” Watch the video here: smarturl.it/BabyWhoMV
‘I Don’t Like Being Honest’ EP is a collection that exhibits confidence and polish that bellies The Aces’ young years. It perfectly captures a band carving out their unique take on what it is like to be a young female in 2017. Listen to I Don’t Like Being Honest on Apple Music and Spotify.
2017 has seen The Aces conquer SXSW performing at Nylon, Noisey, Rachel Ray’s Feedback House and Quantum Collective’s SX Invasion to name a few. Last month the band performed in NYC for their first time ever at a SOLD OUT headlining Mercury Lounge show and just this week they shared the stage w/ Portugal. The Man at a SOLD OUT show in SLC at Red Butte Amphitheatre. Currently, The Aces are in the studio working on their debut LP. Stay tuned for more details.