Never ones to leave an important issue unaddressed, the Brighton duo stay true to form with new vid.
Following their debut EP ‘You’re Welcome’ released earlier this year via Big Scary Monsters, Lambrini Girls share an important video for ‘Boys In The Band’, with a touch of their tongue-in-cheek humour.
Tackling the huge and timely topic of abuse in the music industry, this new track is part of the ethos the band have of tackling oppression, standing up for people and building a community that challenges misogyny, transphobia, racism or any other dickhead behaviour. With Lambrini Girls having your back, you know you’re not alone.
The video sets out straight away that abusive behaviour embeds and spreads in a scene when people don’t call out the behaviour they witness and challenge their mates- so we’ve all got a part to play in creating scenes free from abuse.
Comprised of vocalist Phoebe Lunny and bassist Lily Macieira are fierce, funny and ready to fight the good fight. As they put it:
No one deserves to feel uncomfortable, no one deserves to feel invisible, start conversations with your mates, never let anyone stop you existing authentically and most importantly: Gays to the front.
I think we can all agree with that!
‘Boys In The Band‘ is on the ‘You’re Welcome‘ EP which is available now.
Get your streaming options AND details on how to buy the ‘Boys In The Band‘ merch (with all proceeds going to charity) HERE.
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