Roxy Girl announces their new EP ‘Roxy Girls Are In The Drink’ alongside ‘Like A Buoy’ single release.
After the band spending some time apart during the pandemic, Roxy Girls reunited during the third UK lockdown to create some fresh new music. They have recorded a 4 track EP named ‘Roxy Girls Are In The Drink’ that encompasses a unique take on post-punk, partially influenced by XTC’s ‘Drums and Wires’.
As for the first single ‘Like A Buoy’, that has just been released, frontman Tom Hawick speaks about how the track is influenced by modern-day dating, “months of mindless swiping culminate in the odd date. Some are an awkward waste of time and some result in two years of not being able to decide what to have for tea. I’m glad I didn’t pay for Tinder gold.”
The full EP ‘Roxy Girls Are In The Drink’ will be released on August 27th which sets the band up nicely for their upcoming support gigs in October. Roxy Girls will be supporting Leeds band, Mush and will be playing at venues in Manchester, Bristol, London, and many more. You can purchase your tickets for the UK tour here.
Listen to ‘Like A Buoy’ here: