Girls expand US tour

Band extend their current gig run into February

Girls expand US tour
Girls have expanded their current US tour into January and February.

Currently playing on the east coast of the USA, the band have extended their gig run to take in more venues in their native California, as well as visiting states such as Texas, Arizona and Missouri.

Recently causing a stir with their leaked hardcore porn video for their 'Lust For Life' single, the Californian group are playing in support of their debut LP 'Album', released in September.

Girls will play the following dates:

Chicago Empty Bottle (November 12, 13)
Minneapolis 7th Street Entry (14)
Seattle Neumos (17)
Portland Jackpot Records (In-store) (18)
Portland Doug Fir Lounge (18)
San Francisco Swedish American Hall (20)
San Francisco Bottom of the Hill (21)
San Diego The Loft (December 4)
Los Angeles The Troubadour (5)
Santa Barbara Muddy Waters (6)
Costa Mesa Detroit Bar (January 25)
Tucson Club Congress (26)
Albuquerque The Launchpad (27)
Austin The Parish (29)
Dallas House of Blues (30)
Houston Walter's on Washington (31)
New Orleans One Eyed Jacks (February 2)
Birmingham Bottle tree (4)
Atlanta The Earl (5)
Nashville Exit/In (6)
St. Louis The Gargoyle (7)
Columbia The Blue Note (8)
Denver Bluebird Theater (10)
Salt Lake City Urban Lounge (12)
San Francisco Great American Music Hall (14)

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