COWGIRL share the video for new single ‘Better With You’ – Watch Now!

COWGIRL share the video for new single 'Better With You' - Watch Now!

Having released over a dozen individual tracks within the last couple of years; Cowgirl are excited to finally release their début, self-titled album. The album will be released on the 3rd of Sept by Safe Suburban Home Records, both physically on 12” vinyl & digitally on all streaming platforms. The album was recorded in a burst of creativity with Euan Hinshelwood (Younghusband/ Cate Le Bon) at his studio, Vacant TV in London in early 2020 and is set for release in the coming months.

Album opener, and first single ‘Better With You’ brims with optimism. Sitting somewhere between the angular brilliance of The Nerves & the laconic swagger of mid-era Wilco it is a perfect introduction to the dynamism of the band. Cowgirl keeps proving they have the ability to write instant classics, the world just needs to hear them now.

Watch the video for ‘Better With You’ – BELOW:

After a year away from playing live, the release of this album will also see the band return to touring to promote it; with many of the tunes having never been played live before. This is the perfect time to catch Cowgirl live, with a batch of new songs, honed skills and a desire to get out and play…it is going to be special.

Live dates

26th June- The Crescent, York
10th July- Victoria Vaults, York
5th August- The Establishment, Wakefield
21st August- Preston Pop Festival, Preston
2nd September- The Shacklewell Arms, London
3rd September- The Crescent, York
4th September- Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
5th September- The Castle, Manchester
11th September- Hug & Pint, Glasgow
25th September- Long Division Festival, Wakefield
23rd October- The Crescent, York

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