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Girls Names – “Zero Triptych”

Irish post-punk quartet Girls Names have been in "a zone of silence and of pure possibilities for a new beginning" for about a year and half, but it seems they've been anything but idle. After switching from the looser surf vibes of 2011's Dead To Me to the melancholy '80s New Wave of 2013's TheMore »

By: Collin Robinson / March 26, 2015

Girls Names – “Third Uncle” (Brian Eno Cover)

Belfast combo Girls Names keep shuffling through retro feels, from the jangly surf static of 2011 debut Dead To Me to the gloomy New Wave of this year's The New Life. Such stylistic fluidity makes a Brian Eno cover seem like a good fit. To presage the release of their Bowie-ribbing The Next Life EP,… More »

By: Chris DeVille / September 26, 2013

Girls Names – “The New Life”

We last heard from Belfast indie rockers Girls Names -- now a quartet -- late last year when they put out their single "Black Saturday." They're readying a new album, but before that happens they're putting out a 12'' called The New Life. Today brings forth the title track, a song which showcases the… More »

By: Corban Goble / October 3, 2012

Stereogum’s Monthly Mix: October 2011

Alright, y'all know what time it is. It's the Halloweekend, and today we've got some of the best tracks from the last month that fit nicely into whatever theme-heavy environment you're trying to create. Whether it's a spare spectralness (Atlas Sound), a haunted heaviness (Crystal Stilts), or just some aggro rap music with a titular… More »

By: Stereogum / October 28, 2011

Girls Names – “Black Saturday”

We posted their "Bury Me" video earlier this year. Below, download the band's new single "Black Saturday." For a group whose titles are all pretty mordant, they sound pretty sprightly! More »

By: Tom Breihan / October 18, 2011

Girls Names – “Bury Me” Video

Girls Names' deep crooning vocals remind me of Crystal Stilts -- both bands are on Slumberland Records and both like to keep their voices mixed low and ghostly. But I think this song, like Girls Names' others have a bouncing energy that pulls them out of the murk. The Belfast trio's "Bury Me" video include… More »

By: jessica / April 4, 2011