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Girl and Girl / Call A Doctor LP White Vinyl + Call A Doctor T-Shirt Bundle
Girl and Girl / Call A Doctor LP White Vinyl + Call A Doctor T-Shirt Bundle
Girl and Girl / Call A Doctor LP White Vinyl + Call A Doctor T-Shirt Bundle
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Girl and Girl / Call A Doctor LP White Vinyl + Call A Doctor T-Shirt Bundle 

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- Girl and Girl / Call A Doctor LP White Vinyl

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Garage rock four-piece Girl and Girl have announced their debut full length album, Call A Doctor out Friday 24 May via Virgin Music Australia (AU/NZ) and Sub Pop (ROW).

Girl and Girl’s forthcoming record, Call A Doctor is an unforgettable first bow. The audacious and aggressively tuneful blast of an album was recorded during a frenzied two-week creative process at Sundowner Sound in Melbourne, a two-story industrial complex where the band ate, slept and made music in marathon sessions with producer Burke Reid (Courtney Barnett, Julia Jacklin, DZ Deathrays, The Drones). It is a record that is so out-and-out alive that you almost feel like you’re in the room with Girl and Girl as you listen to it.

Call A Doctor’s eleven songs—spanning sweeping guitar epics and wry acoustic shuffles to spiky punk manoeuvres and the type of raw, adoringly unvarnished indie-pop associated with legendary label K Records—are literally plucked from James’ personal history, reflecting on past struggles as well as new anxieties that emerged prior to the album’s recording. Call A Doctor lays a lifetime’s worth of woes (such as mental health and the human race’s planned obsolescence) across a canvas of indie rock that feels both timeless and in-the-moment. Though, even as it deals with uneasy topics, the music is still teeming with life. There’s a brazen, bold sense of humour and an undeniable brightness to the darkness that makes it impossible not to be drawn in as a listener.

Tracklisting:

1. INTRO
2. Call A Doctor
3. Hello
4. Maple Jean And The Anthropocene
5. Oh Boy!
6. Suffocate
7. Mother
8. You’ll Be Alright
9. Comfortable Friends
10. Our Love (Ours Only)
11. OUTRO