Superchic[k] Partners with JC Penney

inpop recording group Superchic[k], recently touted by Tiger Beat magazine to
have “declared it their mission to turn popular culture and high school cliques upside down with their cool
kick-butt songs,” has inked a national TV and radio ad campaign with retail-giant JC Penney.
Kicking off Sunday, March 23rd, the day of ABC’s broadcast of The 75th Annual Academy Awards, the ad
campaign features lead singer Tricia Brock singing the retailer’s slogan, “It’s All Inside,” as well as
prominently featuring the Superchic[k] song “One Girl Revolution,” which JC Penney has the rights to use
for up to one year.
“One Girl Revolution” has become quite ‘the soundtrack song,’ having already been used as the closing
credits song for the MGM film “Legally Blonde,” in the current trailers for the upcoming sequel, “Legally
Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde,” hitting theaters this July, as well as on ABC’s “Alias,” MTV’s “The
Real World,” ESPN’s “Winter X Games,” Disney’s “Cadet Kelly” series, “Holiday in the Sun,” and Fox
Family’s “California Summer Countdown.”
Most recently, new Superchic[k] songs “High School” and “I Belong To You” have been used on “The
Real World’s” 2003 season, and Superchic[k] lead guitarist/vocalist Melissa Brock recently returned from a
photo shoot in New York with Marie Claire magazine, for a special feature in their June issue.
Superchic[k] is even making their way into animated films, having recorded the musical track of “The Pirates
Who Don’t Do Anything” remix as a bonus feature on the newly released Veggie Tale’s “Jonah” DVD,
which scanned over 160,000 units in its first week of sales.
Superchic[k] is currently touring the U.S. and Canada in support of their latest CD, “Last One Picked.”


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