MusicTAP is very pleased to present to you, exclusively, the brand new single from Kill My Coquette, one of Los Angeles’ most exciting and energetic bands. Driven and written by Natalie Denise Sperl and Adam Smith, the song “Put Me In Your Movie, Quentin Tarantino” is a love letter to Hollywood.

Natalie Denise Sperl made her way to Hollywood, clawing her way to starring roles in cult horror flicks, studio films, and hit TV shows. Having acted in over forty films and television shows, Natalie is no stranger to Hollywood. Born and raised in the Midwest, she landed fashion magazine covers and did runway modeling in Europe before making the leap to Hollywood where she is an actress recently receiving a Best Supporting Actress Award for her work in the film “Bardo Blues”.

“Put Me In Your Movie Quentin Tarantino” combines ’60’s aesthetics inspired by Tarantinos’ latest film, “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” with the Dick Daleeque guitar sound from the band’s lead guitarist, Adam Smith. Something of a whimsical hypnotic dance beat for the dreamers of La La Land…. If you know Kill My Coquette (which we do, very well), then you know that this is something of a directional shift for them – a bit adventurous. And we like that a lot.

You will, too. Give it a listen to the mp.3 just below and TURN IT UP.

“Put Me In Your Movie, Quentin Tarantino” will be available as of Friday, July 26th, 2019

By Rob Ross

Rob Ross has been involved in the music industry for over 30 years - as guitarist/singer/songwriter with The Punch Line, freelance journalist, producer, manager and working for independent and major record labels. He resides in Staten Island, New York with his wife and cats; he works out a lot, reads voraciously, loves Big Star, traveling down South and his orange Gretsch. He's pretty groovy!

2 thoughts on “MUSICTAP EXCLUSIVE TRACK PREMIERE: KILL MY COQUETTE, “Put Me In Your Movie, Quentin Tarantino””
  1. Absolutely marvelous Natalie and Kill My Coquette—– Love the beat and lyrics— great job!— , Going to #1 on the pop chart.

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