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Petrol Girls have released a new video for 'Monstrous' ahead of their UK tour

The band are about to head out on the road.
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Published: 4:35 pm, January 14, 2020
Petrol Girls have released a new video for 'Monstrous' ahead of their UK tour

Petrol Girls have released a new video for 'Monstrous'.

The clip arrives ahead of the band's just-about-to-begin UK tour, which kicks off with a show in Newport tonight (Tuesday, 14th January). They'll go on to play Brighton, London, Nottingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Limerick, before heading into Europe, then North America.

Vocalist Ren Aldridge explains that the song “is about feeling mined and drained and too much and not enough and, ultimately, monstrous. It’s also about how I sometimes feel on stage or on social media. Sometimes I find fronting a feminist band too much pressure from too many different directions.”

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