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Swedish four-piece Girl Scout are a band quite happy to defy the odds. Throwing down the gauntlet with a rave received debut EP, 'Real Life Human Garbage, the band has earned comparisons to everyone from The Breeders to Snail Mail, all while embellishing a sonic finesse that, often, outstretches those names in technicolor 4K. NME, DORK, Under The Radar and more tipped them as ones to watch 2024, others augur them with the same shooting star career as Wet Leg. Features in Clash, The Times, The Guardian, Gaffa, Atwood, Billboard, and too many more to name them all here sang the band's paean as one of the most innovative and energetic newcomers around.

Girl Scout continue to weave the tapestry of a sound that has already become so big and unbelievable, pulling patient pleasures from eras they didn't even exist in but have strong, reverberating reverence for.

Their critically acclaimed second EP 'Granny Music' arrived to much critical acclaim spawning some huge tunes - 'Monster' being one.

Having now toured the UK and Europe extensively, the band have just released their biggest song to-date - the gigantic 'I Just Needed You To Know. This song is pricking up ears around the world with even the New York Times jumping on it. The band continue to tour and will be opening for Alvvays on their UK and EU shows this summer.