GIRLBAND! announce new UK tour dates




GIRLBAND! announce UK tour dates


Signed to Soul Kitchen / EMI North


GIRLBAND! have announced their new UK tour dates. They will be heading out this Spring as Georgie, Kay and Jada gear up for their biggest year.

The tour kicks off at Deaf Institute (The Lodge) in Manchester takes in Sound City, Teddy Rocks and even Block Party in Paris along the way. 



All confirmed shows to date are below with many more to be announced across UK/EUR in 2024 (tour headline shows in bold) 

Thursday 28 March – Colours, London w/ Eaves Wilder – Good Karma Club

Saturday 30 March – Stockton Calling, Stockton

Friday 3 May – Deaf Institute – The Lodge, Manchester

Saturday 4 May – Sound City, Liverpool

Sunday 5 May – Teddy Rocks, Blandford

Thursday 9 May – The Grace, London

Friday 10 May – Le Pub, Newport

Saturday 11 May – Louisiana, Bristol

Thursday 16 May – The Joiners, Southampton

Saturday 18 May – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Thursday 30 May – Block Party, Paris, France

GIRLBAND! will be announcing news on their new single soon, their first since signing with Soul Kitchen/EMI North.


GIRLBAND! are a new alternative three-piece from Nottingham. Georgie, Kay and Jada are a formidable force for good, a dynamic group that pull on influences from the 50s to the 90s, from music to skating, from Elvis to the personal and the social.

Musically they are a thrill. A punk band making pop songs, influences include other seminal three-pieces such as Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana and The Police, as well female-led groups such as The Breeders, The Cranberries and The Pretenders. It’s joyous, natural, fresh – a musical palette cleanser like no other.

After making music individually and with other groups locally Georgie, Jada and Kay came together and rediscovered their love of making music all over. Energised, all three instantly felt at home. Hanging out, talking til 2am, skating, drinking – during the pandemic they plugged into the wider community in Nottingham, one that inspired them with 80s culture, vintage fashion and massive dose of 90s nostalgia, Gwen Stefani and r n b groups. That gang mentality – stuck to each other like glue, totally in sync and ready to take on the world. They are, in their own words, ‘a bulletproof wolfpack’.

They have already supported Jake Bugg, the Happy Mondays, The Oozes and played a string of festivals including the Isle Of Wight last summer.