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Brighton Queer Punks Lambrini Girls are a force to be reckoned with and their debut EP ‘You’re Welcome’ showcases all the ferocity and power of punks who won’t give up until everyone is listening. Their brand of satirical, angry punk is laced with ferocity, power and a hell of a lot of fun all while calling out male abusers in the music scene. They’ve seen huge support from BBC Radio 1 and 6 (Iggy Pop announced Lambrini Girls are his new favourite band), championed by the likes of Jack Saunders and Steve Lamacq, NME who claimed the band as their top 100 newcomers in 2023, Kerrang!, Rolling Stone, The Line Of Best Fit, Clash, Vanity Fair, Dork, Gigwise, Spotify and Apple Music and more. In Jan 2024 the duo graced the cover of Kerrang! Magazine alongside heroes Sleater Kinny. Lambrini Girls have supported the likes of Iggy Pop, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes, Pigs x7 and played over 100 shows and festivals over the summer of 2023 including 2000 Trees Festival, Printemps De Bourges, The Great Escape, Truck Festival, Primavera Madrid and more. They were also nominated for the Rolling Stone Rising Artist Award. In Summer 2024 the band are due to play some of the biggest shows of their career: at Glastonbury Festival, Reading & Leeds Festival, Green Man Festival and a headline show at Scala in London. They'll also be making their first trip stateside, support Amyl and the Sniffers across the USA as well as shows on their own, ending the year with a bang with two shows at Alexandra Palace supporting Bristol Punks Idles.