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Girl Ray have announced their second album, and shared their new single ‘Show Me More’

They've also a tour planned for 2020.
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Published: 4:34 pm, July 31, 2019
Girl Ray have announced their second album, and shared their new single ‘Show Me More’

Girl Ray have announced their second album, and shared their new single ‘Show Me More’.

The band’s second full-length ‘Girl’ will be released on 8th November via Moshi Moshi, followed by a headline tour in 2020 that includes a London show at Electric Ballroom.

‘Show Me More’ is about “crushing really hard but having to play the long game and wait it out because your boo is playing savage games,” the trio explain. “It’s your classic pop banger. Steamy dance floor. Drinks on me.”

Check it out below, and catch the band live:

NOVEMBER
6 O2 Guildhall Southampton w/ Metronomy
8 Roundhouse, London w/ Metronomy
9 Manchester Academy w/ Metronomy
14 O2 Academy Bristol w/ Metronomy
15 Rock City Nottingham w/ Metronomy

FEBRUARY
18 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
19 Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall
20 Glasgow, Stereo
21 February 2020 - Manchester, YES
22 February 2020 - Nottingham, Bodega
23 February 2020 - Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
25 Bristol, The Fleece
26 London, Electric Ballroom
27 Brighton, The Haunt

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