Go Betty Go
"Go Betty Go" is a Los Angeles punk rock band consisting of Emily Wynne-Hughes (vocals), Aixa Vilar (drums), Betty Cisneros (guitar) and Michelle Rangel (bass). Their Latina origins influences their music, most obviously are the Spanish lyrics, which they often use.
Go Betty Go
Following their well-received debut EP ''Worst Enemy'', Go Betty Go continued their impressive rise with a series of non-stop coast-to-coast appearances, not the least notable of which was inclusion on the Warped Tour. Their music is featured in a range of media, from commercials, films and TV shows like Punk'd , One Tree Hill, Spring Break: The Movie and The Entertainment Tonight Insider, to video games such as Burnout 3: Takedown, The Sims 2: University, and Fantastic 4, for which the band wrote an original track for. They have also been featured in the pages of Alternative Press, Seventeen, L.A. Times and numerous Spanish publications, such as La Opinión, HOY and Latina.
With the release of ''Nothing Is More'', Go Betty Go delivers on the past four years of work. Produced by Flogging Molly's Ted Hutt, ''Nothing Is More'' is leavened with several differing moods and sounds. Themes of desperation and hope ar...