Old House by Birthday Girl

Stockholm has really delivered a brilliant alt-rock band, Birthday Girl. This tune starts with a lull but builds into a melodic rollercoaster that drives hard to the end. I love the jangle in the guitar and the complementary ambiance the reverb creates throughout the track.

Getting some love from Iggy Pop, Birthday Girl is poised for a big break, and with tunes, as driving and energetic as this, it’s no wonder.

“We wrote the tune-up a mountain in the Pyrenees, there was no one else for miles except a German lady who had a sheep farm, a real German Shepherd. We invited her over and played the tune to her, I don’t think she liked it. It’s a fitting song in these times of isolation and desperation, about being stuck in a house and creating your own fairytale to kill the days.”

Fran from Birthday Girl

Birthday Girls will be touring in the fall, here are the dates they have announced so far:

28th September – Brussels – Chaff

1st October – Clermont Ferrand – Le Fotomat

2nd October – Reignier – Le Poulpe

3rd October – Verona – Private Show

4th October – Soliera – Private Show

5th October – Bologna – Mikasa

6th October – Noale – Lighthouse Pub

7th October – Chambery – Brin De Zinc

8th October – Zurich – Gotthard Bar

9th October – Framont – Brasserie 

10th October – Rouen – Le 3 Peices 

11th October – Alencon – Chapelmele 

12th October – Paris – Culture Rapide

14th October – Santander – Rockbeer Thenew

16th October – Seville – Sala X

21st October – Vienna – Fluc

22nd October – Saarbrucken – Devil’s Place Rockclub

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