Kim Gordon appears on opening episode of 'Girls' series three

The former Sonic Youth bassist plays Mindy, a member of a rehab group

Kim Gordon appears on opening episode of 'Girls' series three
Kim Gordon has appeared on the first episode of the third series of Girls.

The show - which aired last night (January 12) in North America on HBO - sees the former Sonic Youth member playing Mindy, a cranky member of support group in a rehab facility attended by Jessa, played by actress Jemima Kirke. The show will be broadcast in the UK on Sky Atlantic from January 20. After the show was broadcast, Gordon took to Twitter to thank fans for tuning in. She wrote:



Beck, Lily Allen and Jenny Lewis are all set to debut new or previously unheard songs on the third series of Girls, which will feature the first public play of 'Blue Moon' from Beck's up and coming 'Morning Phase' album - which is released on February 24 - as well as a song called 'Late Comer' from Lily Allen. Scroll down for a full tracklisting for 'Girls Volume 2: All Adventurous Women Do…':

Vampire Weekend – 'I'm Going Down'
Jenny Lewis – 'Completely Not Me'
M Ward – 'I Get Ideas'
Lily Allen – 'Late Comer'
Beck – 'Blue Moon'
Miguel – 'simplethings'
Christina Perri – 'I Don't Wanna Break'
Oasis – 'Wonderwall'
Zero DeZire – 'It's My Birthday' (Remix)
Aimee Mann – 'How Am I Different'
Father John Misty – 'Nancy From Now On'
Jake Bugg – 'There's A Beast And We All Feed It'
Cat Power – 'Free' (Gigamesh Remix)
Daniel Johnston – 'Life In Vain' (Live At Austin City Limits)
Michael Penn – 'Daisy'

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