Based in Brighton, Lambrini Girls are Phoebe Lunny (vocals/guitar – she/they) and Lilly Macieira (bass – she/they) who have a strong artistic bond over their creative common ground – hot button societal issues combined with a biting, tongue-in-cheek lyrical style all their own. Their new single ‚God’s Country‘ is a thunderous punk anthem boldly confronting Britain’s far-right surge. Produced with Gilla Band’s Daniel Fox, it merges raw power with sharp social critique. Lauded by BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, NME, featured on a Kerrang! cover with Sleater-Kinney and nominated for a Rolling Stone UK Award, they played over 100 shows and major festivals in 2023, including dates with Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, Gilla Band, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs and Iggy Pop. The band have dozens of shows already in the diary for 2024 including festivals across UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Switzerland and the USA, and their headline shows now sell out weeks and if not months in advance. This track challenges the notion of ‚Great‘ Britain, whilst marking Lambrini Girls as fearless, influential disruptors in music. Who also put on the best live show you’ll see all year.
The band’s debut album in the works, for release in early 2025.
Based in: United Kingdom
Represented by: Kirmes & Leoni Weber