Award-winning mockumentary follows the world’s only all-girl porn star rock band as they attempt to put their wicked pasts behind them and make it in the music biz
August 3rd, 2012, New York, NY – Wild Eye Releasing presents “Tight”, a hilarious ‘mockumentary’ about four adult performers who create the all-girl rock band Tight, and hit the road to promote their music, meet new fans and learn about friendship, perseverance and the insanity of the rock & roll lifestyle. For the first time ever, the lives of an all female adult star rock band is documented for the world to see.
“Tight”, available on DVD September 25th, follows Monica Mayhem, Tuesday Cross, Alicia Andrews and Layla Labelle as they temporarily take leave of the adult industry and try to make it as rock musicians, sweating it out in the clubs under the management of one of the biggest names in the adult industry, and former Charlie Sheen Goddess, Bree Olson.
“The biggest challenge a porn star band faces is being taken seriously,” says Bree Olsen. “These are very talented musicians but not everyone is willing to give them a chance.”
Tight (the band) competed and won on Howard Stern’s XXX Factor talent competition back in April, and a new lead singer, Kelley Jean, recently replaced Mayhem, adding a new dynamic to the quartet. Tight is headed on tour soon, just in time for the release of “Tight” (the movie) as well as the band’s new single ‘Down to the Bottom’, which is available HERE.
The passion and spirit of the performances shine through in the film, which The New York Post declared ‘the best mockumentary since Spinal Tap!’ Tight is a powerful force of raw energy that pierces the screen in “Tight”, making it a delirious spectacle for the senses.
“Tight” is loaded with extras, including deleted scenes, bonus videos, unseen concert footage, sexy image galleries, trailers and four pages of liner notes, and is already receiving raves: James King of the Phoenix New Times notes that “’Tight’ has all the components of a perfect reality series,” while The New York Post declared it “the best mockumentary since Spinal Tap!” The girls’ raw energy pierces the screen and makes the viewer root for this most unlikely of rock bands, even as they implode.