Natterers last released Demo ’16 [Cassette] in 2016.You can read Emma's (the band's lead vocalist) quote about the EP and listen to the song below. You can check out the band on tour this June in the UK with Other Half.The video was shot at their recent show at Kansas City by Andy at Rivera Studios.'The Phenomenon" is off of their 2016 release titled Old Pain EP. Read more' data-src="https://static.punknews.org/images/bands/features/natterers-1473127582.jpg" data-srcset="https://static.punknews.org/images/bands/features/natterers-14731275821x, https://static.punknews.org/images/bands/natterers-14731275822x" width="300" height="200" class="articleimage lazyload"/ Today Punknews is extremely excited to premiere Natterers' new song "Exist Or Live." The track is off their upcoming EP titled Toxic Care, which will be out via Boss Tuneage Records and Serial Bowl Records digitally on June 23, 2017 and physically on August 25, 2017. You can find out more about the band on their Facebook page right here.'s "Botched," and most recently, a contestant on "Celebrity Big Brother." However, Pollard is heading back to her roots at VH1 and will be staring in "Family Therapy," for which she will star alongside her mother, who is also a reality TV fav.Check out more blasts from the past in the gallery below!Just not the craft-services table, which — SPOILER ALERT — sadly fares worst of all. [ While you might not recognize the name Tiffany Pollard, anyone who has followed Vh1's Celebreality franchises over the last three years certainly knows the name New York.
She then went back about her regular routine of making kissy sounds at passing luxury vehicles in the hopes that one of them might contain the producer who will put her in his hip-hop movie musical, also-ran could ever ask for: an engagement ring from her boyfriend, David Otunga.
In the show's first episode, New York learns that, just like any other aspiring actor or actress, she needs to get herself a manager before she has the opportunity to show what she can do on the casting couch.
Sadly, the monologue she delivered for a room full of low-level talent scouts — the kind that would have trouble scoring a table for 4 at the In-N-Out Burger — made quickly descended into an ugly face-off between the mothers of Grand Prize Ho New York (so named for challenging both Port Authority and Penn Station's claims to being the East Coast's most traveled commuter hub) and her Italian stallion suitor, The Entertainer.
However, the best person to come out of that show was not the winner, or Flavor Flav himself, but one Tiffany Pollard, a.k.a New York.
The reality TV queen was a show stopper on "Flavor of Love," and managed to grab a spin-off series "I Love New York," and rightfully so! After her work on "I Love New York," Pollard got a spin-off to her spin-off, this time "New York Goes to Work." Along with that, she has also appeared on E!