Firstly, Girl Band does not contain any girls. They are a four piece in their late teens / early 20's from Dublin, wet behind the ears, and they play music that does not fit comfortably under one genre. Somewhere between Pissed Jeans, !!!, Modern Lovers, Shellac and Liars, they somehow sound like all and none of those at all. Ask them their influences and they'll tell you "Daft Punk".
Live they are a wall of noise. Disparate and desperate in equal measure. Their music is all sinew and wires, burgeoning excitement, in their heads as much for the dance floors as it is for punk dives.
"Lawman" will be released on limited 7", on cotton duck fabric, hand stitched and hand numbered up to 300.
They will be playing these shows in early 2014:
15th Jan - Brighton UK - The Green Door Store - Free in
16th Jan - Groningen NL - Eurosonic Noorderslag - Huis De Beurs
17th Jan - Tilburg NL - Incubated XL Festival - 013
18th Jan - Groningen NL - Galerie Sign - Free in
21st Jan - Rotterdam NL - Poortgebouw
23rd Jan - London UK - The Old Blue Last - Free in
30th Jan - Limerick IE- Bourkes Bar
01st Feb - Cork IE - Crane Lane Theatre
08th Feb - Dublin IE - Whelans
13th Feb - Galway IE - Roisin
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