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Dream Wife have dropped a new mixtape to raise money for Girls Rock London

The release features support bands from their recent tour.
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Published: 7:49 pm, August 14, 2019
Dream Wife have dropped a new mixtape to raise money for Girls Rock London

Dream Wife have announced a new mixtape.

Produced by guitarist Alice Go, the release features support bands from their recent tour, including Queen Zee, The Hippaes and Big Joanie.

Proceeds from both the vinyl and digital download will go to Girls Rock London (GRL!), a music project based in London for those who self-identify as girls, womxn, trans* and/or gender non-conforming.

Alice says: “Our voices together can help make change and encourage other womxn and NB folk to pick up an instrument or say what they have to say, through music. Together we can continue to foster a message of solidarity and support."

The bands involved are:

ARXX, based in Brighton
GIRLFRIEND, based in Dublin
QUEEN ZEE, based in Liverpool
CAT APOSTROPHE, based in Leeds
DOLLIE DEMI, based in Manchester
BOBBY KAKOURIS, based in Glasgow
BIG JOANIE, based in London
THE HIPPAES, based in Portsmouth

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