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If you're craving a dose of pure, unadulterated punk rock energy, look no further than the Lambrini Girls' latest single "God's Country." Released by City Slang Records and 

produced by Daniel Fox of Dublin band Gilla Band and its video sees the duo stomping around London and filming outside tourist attractions such as Buckingham Palace and the bank of England.

From the moment the first chords kick in, "God's Country" catapults you into a whirlwind of raw energy and infectious hooks. The Lambrini Girls waste no time in delivering a sonic assault that's equal parts gritty and electrifying. With its driving rhythms, blistering guitar solos, and powerhouse vocals, this track is a testament to the band's undeniable talent and unapologetic attitude.

Lyrically, "God's Country" is a defiant declaration of independence and a rallying cry for those who refuse to conform to society's norms. With lines like "We're the renegades, we're the wild ones," the song celebrates the rebellious spirit that courses through their veins.

"God's Country" is a reminder that Punk Rock is alive and well, and the Lambrini Girls are here to prove it. With its infectious energy and unapologetic attitude, this track is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who hears it. Whether you're blasting it through your speakers at full volume or singing along at the top of your lungs, "God's Country" is a wild ride that you won't want to end.

In a music scene often dominated by manufactured pop and soulless beats, the Lambrini Girls are a breath of fresh air. So crank up the volume, raise a glass to rebellion, and let the Lambrini Girls take you on a wild ride through "God's Country.”

To coincide with the single’s release, Lambrini Girls have also just announced their biggest-ever London headline date at Scala in King’s Cross on June 13, with tickets for that going on sale tomorrow (Friday, February 16).

Words : @CanaanValentine

Images : @GeorgiaPennyPhoto @bridiebridiebridiebridie


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