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GIRLS are to release new single “Heartbeats” which is taken from their debut album, planned to be release in January. The new single tells the tale of unrequited love and betrayal and kicked into motion through with fuzzy guitars, ethereal female vocals and entrancing melodies.

Named from a Big Star song as covered by the Bangles, September Girls taken lessons from The Cure, My Bloody Valentine and Jesus and Mary Chain with distant layered harmonies, swirling organ and distorted guitars once described as “sounds from a transistor radio abandoned in a rural cinema.”

“Heartbeats” is out in October, which neatly coincides with their tour with PINS.

15th Oct – Leaf, Liverpool (with PINS)
16th Oct – Bulls Head, Birmingham (with PINS)
17th Oct – Belgrave, Leeds (with PINS)
18th Oct – The Waiting Room, London
19th Oct – Kraak Gallery, Manchester – part of ‘A Carefully Planned Festival’ – stage time 3pm