Screaming Females announce new collection with “Let Me in”

    The trio repackage their early releases for ‘Singles Too.’

    Screaming Females Singles Too collection Don Giovanni Records
    Image: Colin Challender / Screaming Females official Facebook

    Screaming Females have announced Singles Too, a collection of non-album recordings, with the crunchy lead single “Let Me in.”

    The new release will collect early singles, digital-only B-sides and a remix. The New Jersey trio have also thrown in a few covers in for good measure, including takes on Sheryl Crow’s “If it Makes You Happy,” Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off” and Neil Young’s “Cortez the Killer.”

    “On the first single we ever put out, there were mistakes that I made playing guitar that make me want to crawl into a hole and die,” frontwoman Marissa Paternoster said of their early material in a press release. “At the time I didn’t know I was allowed to say, ‘Can I do that again and correct it?’ I was 19, giving it my all.”

    Singles Too will be Screaming Females’ first release since their seventh album, All At Once, that arrived last year. The band have also shared a funny retro-style infomercial to advertise the new collection, out October 18 via Don Giovanni Records. Watch the ad here:

    And listen to “Let Me in” below: