Brighton punk band Lambrini Girls drop their new single ahead of their debut EP, Iggy Pop support and headline tour
Lambrini Girls are everything you could ask for from a punk band: hard-hitting but witty lyrics, brutally heavy instrumentation and incredibly aggressive vocals. Now, after several singles, the group are preparing to drop their debut EP, ‘You’re Welcome’, in May. To celebrate this release, Lambrini Girls are currently touring, with a huge number of UK and EU dates below. They are even supporting Iggy Pop at his Dog Day Afternoon in London.
‘Lads Lads Lads’ is simply a continuation of the sound that Lambrini Girls are mastering. It is a relentless 3 minute punk banger, which leaves you no room to breathe whatsoever. The second the first distorted riff hits, you know what you’re getting yourself into. The guitars are so heavy, so dirty and so huge, while the drums are frenetic and unhinged. The energy created here is ferocious.
Somehow, the vocals manage to match this ferocity. Phoebe Lunny’s voice is raw, powerful and vicious. Relentlessly ripping into lad culture, their performance is brutal. Just as Lambrini Girls are everything you could ask for from a punk band, Lunny is everything you could ask for from a frontperson.
The debut EP ‘You’re Welcome’ is out on 19th May via Big Scary Monsters.
Listen to ‘Lads Lads Lads’ here:
Catch Lambrini Girls at the following:
Printemps de Bourges, le 22, Bourges – 21st April
Badlands, Kinky Star, Gent – 22nd April
La Grenze, Strasbourg – 29th April
Aeronef, Lille – 30th April
Aralunaires, Entrepot, Arlong – 5th May
Are You Listening? Festival, Reading – 6th May
The Great Escape, Brighton – 12th May
Resident, Brighton – 19th May
Celebrate This Place, Tramshed, Cardiff – 20th May
Levitation, Angers – 27th May
Lexington, London – 3rd June
SUBU Summer Ball, Bournemouth – 3rd June
Aucard de Tours, Tours – 9th June
Fete de L’ilot, Dunkerque – 10th June
Heartbreakers, Southampton – 13th June
Rough Trade, Bristol – 14th June
Yes Basement, Manchester – 15th June
Hug & Pint, Glasgow – 16th June
Ferocious, Alternative Pride, Leeds – 17th June
Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich – 18th June
Garorock, Marmande – 29th June
Crystal Palace, London (w/ Iggy Pop) – 1st July
200trees Festival, Cheltenham – 6th July
Dour Festival, Dour – 16th July
Truck Festival, Steventon – 21st July
Micro Festival, Liège – 4th August
Absolutely Free Festival, Genk – 5th August
Cabaret Vert, Charleville Mezieres – 19th August
Misty Fields, Asten-Heusden – 9th September
Future Days, Birmingham – 7th October
You must log in to post a comment.