WE ROCK LIKE GIRLS DON'T

WRLGD formed when Glaswegian guitarist/ vocalist Ros Cairney moved to London, advertised for a Rock'n'Roll Freak in Loot and met her match in Greek/ London drummer Vas Antoniadou. Initially a trio, the band received instant attention with two self released 7” singles ROCK'N'ROLL FREAK and I JUST WANNA STICK MY HEAD IN THE BASS DRUM, and infiltrated the final of Onemusic Unsigned on daytime Radio 1.

After a period of what one might call 'musical differences' they downsized to a duo without losing any of their visceral intensity and released self-financed debut album HOW DID IT GET TO THIS to underground critical acclaim in 2009.

The pair spent 2009 touring the UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands and Italy in their beat up VW estate held together with string and gaffer tape, spurred on by stage invasions in Germany and the crowd singing the words at the Leffingeleuren Festival in Belgium.

Debut festival appearances followed on the mainstage at Rock Wauberg, Paulusfeesten and Leffingeleuren in Belgium.  A summer tour of Europe included memorable headline shows at The Charlatan Club during Gentsefeesten and the Duncker Club in Berlin.

In January 2010 We Rock Like Girls Don’t hit the ground running by going on a rock’n’roll pilgrimage to Seattle to record AA single Welcome To My World / Feeling Lonely Now with US producer John Goodmanson.

New single SOMETHING OUT OF NOTHING recorded with producer Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers, Idlewild) will be released in March 2011.

The band are currently writing and demoing their second album.