Goat Girl originated in 2015, when the four Londoners (Lottie Cream, L.E.D, Naima Jelly and Rosy Bones) came together through their love of music and like-minded attitudes, continually crossing paths at a number of gigs and open mic nights across South London. The quartet’s combined talents and enthusiasm resulted in a uniquely defiant sound with conscious lyricism, all of which wasted no time in pricking the ears of legendary British record label Rough Trade. Using the Brixton Windmill as a sounding board, the warped, country-tinged sound of their debut album Goat Girl engulfed the sonic and social landscape that the band were surrounded by. The Brixton Windmill is a venue that was and continues to be a breeding ground for Goat Girl’s creativity, and is an important element of their growth — so much so that it’s where the band met their new bassist (Holly Hole), who felt like a natural fit from day one and would take the place of Naima Jelly on bass after the first album.
Goat Girl Hit Below The Waste
Goat Girl – Lottie Pendlebury (she/her), Rosy Jones (they/them) and Holly Mullineaux (she/her) have announced their third album Below The Waste, set for release on Rough Trade Records, June 7th 2024. The album was co–produced by the band & John Spud Murphy (Lankum & black midi). “ride around”, the video for the new single, is…
Below The Waste