Girls, Girls, Girls make spectacular return to Lethbridge


Girls, Girls, Girls played a wild  mid-week show  but had another poor turnout, Oct. 6.

Girls, Girls, Girls played a spectacular show at the Slice, Oct. 6. Photo  by Richard Amery


The London, England based band were supremely tight, had a lot of energy and their gypsy punk/pop sound was a little reminiscent of the Clash, a touch of the Dickies, a smattering of  early ’90s Brit-rock with a lot of ’60s  R and B but with 10 times as much energy.


They even had a touch of the Plaid Tongued Devils gypsy vibe.


 There was some impressive guitar and bass playing and a drummer who kept everything in check.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

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