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Girl and Girl present: Call a Doctor

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Girl and Girl present: Call a Doctor

8:00pm, Sat 3 August, 2024
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Fresh from a triumphant 20-date tour of the US, Girl and Girl have released their wild, iconic and endlessly catchy full-length debut, Call A Doctor, out now via Virgin Music Group (AU/NZ) and Sub Pop (ROW) - featuring the singles Hello, Mother, Oh Boy and the unforgettable title track, an indie opus banger about anxiety and release.

Catch one of Australia's most original, dynamic and critically acclaimed new rock bands on their celebration tour of the East Coast, before they return to Europe for another round of festivals and headline shows.


 “...every member of Girl and Girl is too young to have experienced the garage rock revivalism of Y2K firsthand, save Aunty Liss, the drummer who supports her nervy nephews in this band of Australian post-punk traditionalists. Fronted by the wiry Kai James — handsome and jittery, never reclusive — the group treated sacred post-punk texts as if they were a common language when they played the 13th Floor, giving their barbed hooks and sideways riffs real kick. They’re carrying a torch without succumbing to nostalgia or formalism, all because they’re intoxicated by the noise they make.” - [Best of SXSW 2024] RollingStone

"There's something special about this group...Their music has a raw and unfiltered feeling which elevates it far above your run-of-the-mill “indie” and gives it a near-euphoric flavour." - [“Hello”]  Life Without Andy

"A perfect dose of indie – punk rock at its best." - [“Hello”] Happy Mag


“The band’s circuitous riffs feel reminiscent of early Car Seat Headrest – the type of material that could mint a future cult classic.” - [10 essential new acts you need to see at SXSW 2024] NME

"Emotional mayhem that’s relatable, and very catchy." - Rolling Stone (AU)  

“A warped mix of Talking Heads, Rolling Blackouts and bits of post-punk but led by a man with a mullet and one of their aunts plays drums in the band!” - [SXSW Review] BBC 6 Music with Steve Lamacq