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The SoapGirls New Album “Society’s Rejects” Out July 28th

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The SoapGirls New Album “Society’s Rejects” Out July 28th

The SoapGirls - Societys Rejects

The SoapGirls proudly announce the release of their new album – the angry, reflective and beautifully honest “Society’s Rejects” on July 28th.

The perfect balance of attitude, swagger and raw rasping vocals – Societys Rejects, is full of straight up rock’roll songs – tons of energy, flashes of anger and serrated guitar-driven angst. Nothing can stop The SoapGirls inevitable rise to the top.

Arresting and compelling Society Rejects encapsulates and distills perfectly The SoapGirls live energy and replicates perfectly the thrill of their live show.  The SoapGirls uncompromising brand of music has been labelled “Revolt Rock’, a mix of revolting and revolutionary music. “Put it this way if music was a hand, revolt rock would be the middle finger, it’s there to piss people off make them think in this fucked up world.”

“Stand up, you know you’ll be shot down, life’s free but you’re gonna pay somehow” sings Mille on the opening title track, setting the tone for the whole album about society and how it “rejects anyone that tries to question the system. We are sold a dream of being free when in actual fact we’re not, if you do not conform and follow the guidelines society sets out for you you are vilified and rejected”

The energetic and diverse Society’s Rejects is full of finely crafted songs and rock’n’roll attitude. With unforgettable melodies and catchy choruses, the fifteen musical nuggets on the album include previous singles as bonus tracks: the primal and emotional break up song Rather Be Dead and the Bad Bitch, a caustic slice of vitriolic rock’n’roll.

The SoapGirls also “bring humour to the situation with Party in Hell, life’s already fucked up so might as well rock the party however you like, the politicians are so why cant we?”

Society Rejects is “a kick in the face followed by a kiss, it’s raw dramatic angry and passionate with warped humour thrown in” and finds The SoapGirls at their full creative tilt delivering frenetic garage rock with heavy and psychedelic overtones with a modern twist.  Armed with a venomous swagger and catchy, riff-oriented guitar grind, backed up by their strong songwriting abilities, dedication and determination to their craft, The SoapGirls have earned them a formidable live reputation and this raucous force of nature with a love for screaming guitars, in your face bass, and raw vocals have delivered a statement of intent with their exceptional debut.

The striking artwork captures their vision and fights back for women rights “first of all society tells you to cover yourself and be ‘decent’ so in true SoapGirl fashion of course we weren’t gonna do that”.

Alluring, hypnotic and nonchalant The SoapGirls, the French born sisters Ca(Millie) and Noe(MIE) Debray, hail from South Africa and were given their name by the general public back in 2004.   “We’ve been The SoapGirls since we were 8 and 9 selling hand made soap and street performing for various causes, we did this 365 days of the year for 9 years”.  Displaced master musicians and political agitators – few can match the SoapGirls visceral sonic hypnotic beauty and soul.

Societys Rejects is a record from a band that have found their sound and is ready for the world to hear.  There’s always hope for a new dawn however dark the sky might seem!

Societys Rejects track listing

01. Societys Rejects
02. Jonny Rotten
03. Waters Edge
04. Party In Hell
05. Air
06. Step Outside
07. Original Sin 4:00
08. Sams on Crack
09. You hate Losing
10. Drag You down
11. Play with Fire
12. Break You
13. Bury Me
Bonus tracks:
14. Rather Be Dead
15. Bad Bitch

To purchase https://store.cdbaby.com/Artist/TheSoapGirls1

Party In Hell UK tour 

The SoapGirls’ will be touring the UK throughout  the summer under the name Party in Hell Tour, in support of the album. The Party In Hell Tour will see the band bring their unique brand of ‘Revolt Rock’ to venues across the UK, including The Camden Rocks Festival on June 3rd and The Rebellion Festival in August.

The SoapGirls are on a highway to hell and they want you to join them to Party In Hell.

The SoapGirls Party In Hell UK dates

July

Fri 7th  Festival Vic Bikers Club Coalville
Sat 8th  Dares Bar   Birmingham
Sun 9th  Sixfields Rock festival Rock and Bike
Fri14th  Rock And Bike
Sat 15th  New Cross Inn London
Fri  21st Surya , King Cross London
Sun 23th The Kingbilly Rock Bar Northampton
Thur 27th Arches  Coventry
Fri 28th Rigger  Stoke On Trent
Sat 29th Giffard Arms Wolverhampton

August 

Tues 1st  Fulford Arms  York
Thur 3rd  Rebellion Festival
Fri 4th Rebellion Festival / After show
Sat 5th The Venue  Selby

The SoapGirls Ireland dates 

August 

Fri 11th  Fibbers  Ireland
Sun 13th  Stags head  Dundalk
Thur 17th Hagans Bar & Bar Bella  Dungannon
Sat 19th Bogans Bar  Omagh

Tickets available from wwwthesoapgirls.com
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I first went to a gig in 1981, Gillan at Leeds University. I've been a regular gig goer ever since. I haven't kept count of how many gigs I've been to over the intervening years, but it's a lot!
My favourite bands are AC/DC then, in no particular order, Anti-Nowhere League, Slaughter and the Dogs, Towers of London and Dirt Box Disco. I tend to like Glam/Punk and rude offensive lyrics, not sure what that says about me but as Animal would say 'So What!'
The question was recently put to me - did I write for any online publications? My reply - No, but I'd like to! Planetmosh was suggested and I found myself offering to review Aces High Festival. Easy peasy I thought! Well not quite, if a jobs worth doing it's worth doing well! I had sixteen bands to research. I found I actually enjoyed that and it kept me too busy to be making lunatic comments on Facebook! ;)
Then I felt a bit inadequately qualified. I mean, who am I to comment on others, when my musical expertise extends to being able to play a mean Greensleeves on the recorder and a passable Annie's song on the flute! Haven't picked up either instrument for years! What I do have, however, is over 30 years of experience as a gig goer, so I can comment on what I like and what I don't! It's only my opinion and, if I don't like a band it doesn't mean they are bad, just not to my own liking. I admire anyone who has the guts to get up on that stage and have a go!