PINS share new song 'Bad Girls Forever'
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PINS share new song ‘Bad Girls Forever’

Manchester band PINS, who released their sophomore album Wild Nights in 2015 have returned with their new track, ‘Bad Girls Forever’.

The new song arrives as the quick follow-up to the recently released number ‘Hot Slick’ and coincides with a string of UK tour dates that the band are currently embarking upon.

For ‘Bad Girls Forever’, the band has teamed up with The Kills guitarist Jamie Hince who has worked alongside renowned producer Rich Woodcraft. The latest collaboration marks the third time the group have worked together having produced previous efforts ‘Serve The Rich’ and ‘Ponytail’.

Speaking of the song, Vern told Billboard: “It’s about being unified, part of something together. Guys can feel it, too. Every time someone speaks to me about music, they ask me about being a woman. Well, this is it. This is how I feel about being a woman.”

“There are still some girls who are frightened at shows and don’t come out,” she added. “They’re not confident enough to be on stage. It’s our job to make them feel like they should be. The song’s just for the girls.”

Stream the song a view the tour dates, below.

February
21st – BATH Moles
22nd – CAMBRIDGE Portland Arms
27th – HULL Polar bear
28th – SUNDERLAND Independent
29th – YORK Fulford Arms

March
5th – STOKE Sugarmill
6th – SHEFFIELD Record Junkee
7th – LIVERPOOL Arts Club

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