Jessie Torrisi played drums in a dozen New York rock bands before finding her calling as a frontwoman. Armed with feel-good heartbreak songs that blur the line between sass, whimsy and raw vulnerability, Torrisi's debut, Brûler Brûler, was dubbed "Best Americana Album" (NY Voice Village), the year's "best of" (Amplifier) and "most exciting debut" (Metro Spirit). Please, Please Me swivels hips and switches instruments, bringing the circus to life. Onstage, Torrisi sings from behind the drums like a female Levon Helm, beatboxes, duels with her trumpet player and pulls the audience up to kazoo. The group's music has been hailed as "swagger & sexiness," "an attention-grabber," "pure desire" and "a wrecking crew."