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Young Girls

Along with like-minded Texans Fergus & Geronimo and Teenage Cool Kids, Houston’s Young Girls make tuneful, polaroid-quality garage pop that feels impassioned and sincere without losing a certain tongue-in-cheek self-awareness. The not-so-recent-surge of retro pop-punk encompasses a range of themes that is, generally speaking, not bottomless: last nights, girls, summer/bummer, you/blue. But like a perfectly faded pair of denim, some things never lose their appeal. We’ve never been to Mexico, let alone in December, but the vibes we’re receiving here are pretty much our thing so we might reconsider. Young Girls are a three-piece from Houston, Texas, and their brand new tune Mexico in December is the first track to surface from the outfit’s forthcoming self-titled full-length. Crystal-clear harmonies on this honest sixties throwback summer tune to let us forget all the clouds out there on this early Wednesday morning.- No Fear Of Pop by Henning The last band on was Young Girls. I talked to them a little before the show and apparently it was only their second or third show together but they definitely brought it. They had a tight, clean, well-composed indie-pop sound that made me want to dance during their entire set. Young Girls did a very good job using thei…r bass playing effectively and used it to produce complex melodies when compared to an average indie band.- POST PUNK’Dhttp://manimalvinyl.com/artists/young-girls/

My Artists Sessions

Tuesday, March 12
 

8:00pm CDT

Young Girls BD Riley's

 
Saturday, March 16
 

12:30am CDT