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Skinny Girl Diet

In the shadowy pubs and basements of London, on any given night of the week, you might chance upon Skinny Girl Diet thrashing out punk songs to wide-eyed audiences. The trio – made up of sisters Delilah and Ursula, vocals and drums, along with their cousin Amelia on bass – are bringing feminist art punk back into context at a time when it’s never felt more relevant. Their grunge riffs might sound older than they are – they were all born in the mid-90s – but their lyrics tackle subjects, such as unachievable female beauty standards, that are critical in 2015.

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In the shadowy pubs and basements of London, on any given night of the week, you might chance upon Skinny Girl Diet thrashing out punk songs to wide-eyed audiences. The trio – made up of sisters Delilah and Ursula, vocals and drums, along with their cousin Amelia on bass – are bringing feminist art punk back into context at a time when it’s never felt more relevant. Their grunge riffs might sound older than they are – they were all born in the mid-90s – but their lyrics tackle subjects, such as unachievable female beauty standards, that are critical in 2015.

The band started playing together when they were in their early teens as a way to meet other like-minded, guitar-playing girls, and they stick by that today - “I’ve never really cared about being successful, I just wanted to meet girls who were interested in the same kind of music as me”, Delilah says. One of their song titles, which might as well be a band slogan, is Girl Gang State of Mind. « hide

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LPs
Heavy Flow
2016

3.5
2 Votes
EPs
Reclaim Your Life
2015

4
1 Votes
Girl Gang State of Mind
2014

4
1 Votes
Skinny Girl Diet
01/01/2013

4
1 Votes

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