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Lambrini Girls mark Big Scary Monsters signing with new single

Lambrini Girls

Brighton trio Lambrini Girls have joined forces with Big Scary Monsters and their first release on the label is the single ‘Help Me I’m Gay’.

The new single will be their first since joining forces with the independent label and it is characteristically uncompromising in its message:

“This song is about the trivialisation of queer people. Shag whoever you want, don’t let anyone put you in a box and if you do ever find yourself in one, then know you can shag your way out of it,” the band explained.

The band’s driving punk rhythms draw inspiration from the likes of Le Tigre and Bikini Kill, adding their very own biting, tongue-in-cheek lyrical style. 

Forged in the anarchic waves of the Brighton underground music scene, the band of Phoebe Lunny (vocals/guitar), Lilly Macieira (bass) and Catt Jack (drums) share a musical connection as well as common ground in the messages they set out to convey. 

Following the release of their first singles in 2021, Lambrini Girls have since performed alongside the likes of Shame, Gilla Band, Dead Sara and Pist Idiots, as well as making appearances at 2022’s Great Escape Festival and Rough Trade Recommends. The three-piece are also set to support Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes next month. Catch the band at one of their upcoming live shows:

-20th November – Shacklewell Arms, London (Bad Vibrations, 10th Anniversary)
-3rd December – Morgan’s, Old Trafford (Supporting Loose Articles)
-7th December – Underworld, London (Supporting Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes)

Help Me I’m Gay’ is streaming everywhere now. For more info on the single and to purchase tickets for their shows, click HERE.


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