Dream Nails have dropped a “rage-fuelled love letter to non-binary people everywhere”, new single ‘They/Them’

They're raising money for an LGBTQ+ charity, too.

Dream Nails have shared their new single, ‘They/Them’.

The track – produced and mixed by former Spring King-er Tarek Musa – follows on from its fellow double-A-side ‘Take Up Space’, and arrives ahead of the band’s headline show at London’s Oslo on 30th October.

“This song is a rage-fuelled love letter to non-binary people everywhere,” singer Leah Kirby explains. “As a non-binary person, or enby, living in the UK, I am constantly mis-gendered and often feel invisible. This is a banger for the fat enbys, the black enbys, the neurodiverse enbys, the disabled enbys. The enbys that don’t fit mainstream narrative of what genderqueer is. We refuse to be palatable and to fit into binary terms of ‘male’ and ‘female’. After hearing this song, I dare you to call me girl again!”

Fans can also purchase art prints of the single cover to raise money for The Outhouse, an LGBTQ+ charity in Leah’s hometown of Colchester. Visit bandcamp for more info.

Guitarist and backing vocalist Anya Pearson explains of the cause: “They don’t currently have legal recognition in the UK. This means having to choose between ‘male’ or ‘female’ on official documents like passports, driving licences, marriage certificates, and even – for those who medically transition – on their Gender Recognition Certificates.

“We’re stoked to be using this release to raise money for a grassroots LGBT charity in Leah’s hometown of Colchester. We’ve collaborated with one of our favourite queer artists Hannah Dickins, whose signature typographic style is utterly unmistakable, to create limited edition posters of the single artwork. All proceeds go to The Outhouse.”

Check out ‘They/Them’ below.

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