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Goat Girl announce their new album alongside brilliant tune 'The Man'


Any band who is capable of splicing, country, pop, punk and indie into one neat little package – and do so without looking like a knob, has our vote for pretty much anything. Goat Girl is just that band and their new track ‘The Man’, released to showcase the upcoming album has just got a big ‘X’ in the ballot box from Far Out.

Having shared ‘Cracker Drool’ and B-side ‘Scream’ late last year the South London band have now shared another cut from their debut self-titled album, which will be out April 6th on Rough Trade. The song ‘The Man’ is another tune filled to the brim with a fuzzy nonchalance and harmonised twang.

It’s a brilliantly astute release from a band who only exceed their likability with their inherent musical ability. Mashing together so many different sounds across a wide range of subject Goat Girl are starting to sound like a superhero we can all love. “There goes Goat Girl!”

With all this in mind, they’ve even released a cracker of a video to run alongside the track. It’s a gentle subversion of The Beatles’ classic ‘Help!’ and sees the band being chased down the road a la Beatlemania.

You can watch the video below, as well as a sneak peak at the huge tracklisting for Goat Girl aaaand some tour dates.

Goat Girl

01. Salty Sounds
02. Burn the Stake
03. Creep
04. Viper Fish
05. A Swamp Dog’s Tale
06. Cracker Drool
07. Slowly Reclines
08. The Man with No Heart or Brain
09. Moonlit Monkey
10. The Man
11. Lay Down
12. I Don’t Care Part 1
13. Hank’s Theme
14. I Don’t Care Part 2
15. Throw Me a Bone
16. Dance of Dirty Leftovers
17. Little Liar
18. Country Sleaze
19. Tomorrow


31/03 Manchester, Deaf Institute
01/04 Cardiff, Wales Goes Pop
09/04 Newcastle, The Cluny
10/04 Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s
12/04 Liverpool, The Magnet
13/04 Dublin, Grand Social
14/04 Sheffield, Picture House Social
16/04 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
17/04 London, The Garage
19/04 Leicester, The Cookie
20/04 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
21/04 Brighton, The Haunt