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She-Devils announce self-titled debut album, share “Hey Boy” — listen

Rising Montreal outfit draws inspiration from Iggy Pop, Madonna, and Andy Warhol

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    Photo by Sarah O’Driscoll

    Last year, Montreal art pop outfit She-Devils premiered their four-track, debut EP on Consequence of Sound. Now, some 12 months later, they’re readying their first full-length. The self-titled album is expected to hit shelves on May 19th through Secretly Canadian.

    Continuing where they left off with their EP, She-Devils’ new material is sourced from an “amusement park of sounds,” inspired by such icons as Iggy Pop, Madonna, as well as “the romantic longing of ‘60s yé-yé.” A visual component is built into their music, too, as the two-piece of Kyle Jukka and Audrey Ann Boucher takes a page from the art of Andy Warhol and Quentin Tarantino.

    As a first taste of the upcoming LP, She-Devils have let loose “Hey Boy”, a fun and psychedelic little ditty that sounds like it’d be perfect for a beach bonfire circa 1965. Take a listen below.

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    She-Devils Tracklist:
    01. Come
    02. Hey Boy
    03. Make You Pay
    04. Darling
    05. How Do You Feel
    06. Blooming
    07. You Don’t Know
    08. The World Laughs
    09. Never Let Me Go
    10. Buffalo

    Beginning next month, the band has a handful of dates throughout North America and Europe.

    She-Devils 2017 Tour Dates:
    04/20 – Toronto, ON @ The Costume House
    05/17 – Paris, FR @ Fireworks Festival
    05/18 – London, UK @ Moth Club
    05/19 – London, UK @ London Fields Brewhouse
    05/20 – Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape Festival
    05/25 – Berlin, DE @ ACUD
    06/02 – Toronto, ON @ The Baby G
    06/03 – Detroit, MI @ UFO Factory
    06/07 – Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb’s
    06/08 – Brooklyn, NY @ Northside Festival
    06/09 – Boston, MA @ Lily Pad

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