Sweat is a Swiss-American band, formed in Pittsburgh. They combine British prog rock sensibilities, the fragile beauty of American folk, and just a dash of that sexy 70s Schmaltz. The songs are powerful retrospective laments with catchy riffs and “vocals that would fit right in on the Barracuda-era Heart Record” (Classic Rock Magazine).
Lead vocalist and organist Sue Pedrazzi left her home in Basel, Switzerland with a hungry heart for authentic vintage rock and found Steel City gemstones Richard Stanley (Rich The Band), Dan Hernandez (Limousine Beach, Cruces) and Kayla Schureman (Century iii). Sweat draws from their influences (Deep Purple, The Who, Heart) and truly inhabit what they borrow to make something fresh. Consider Sweat a loving homage to the day you found a record in your parents' stash that changed your life forever. It is a familiar kind of rock n roll— but it deserves your full attention.