Girl Scout have shared a new single, ‘All The Time And Everywhere’, ahead of their debut UK headline shows next week

The new track arrived today, November 2nd, via Made Records.

Ahead of their first-ever headline shows next week, Swedish newcomers Girl Scout have released their second track, ‘All The Time And Everywhere’.

The new track follows their debut single, ‘Do You Remember Sally Moore’, which dropped in September. The four-piece completed their first festival dates in Scandanavia this summer, following support slots alongside Holly Humberstone in Manchester and London.

On ‘All The Time And Everywhere’, frontwoman Emma Jansson has said: “This song is about anxiety following you around like a stray dog. I wrote this during a period of my life when I was constantly feeling nervous, and being around people I didn’t know made me feel vulnerable and uncomfortable. The feeling turns into an extension of yourself that you wish you could sever it from your body. In the end, I guess you’re forced to make peace with it and just deal with life sometimes being an uncomfortable thing.”

The accompanying music video was pieced together by Girl Scout during their festival performances: “In between shows and travels we waste time by doing stupid stuff and this one time when we were in Umeå, in the north of Sweden, we filmed a whole day while waiting to play a festival that same night. It’s basically a video guide on how to waste 8 hours in parks and hotel rooms.”

You can listen to ‘All The Time And Everywherehere, and watch the new music video below:

Girl Scout kick off their first-ever headline shows in southern England next week, before supporting Coach Party on tour in early 2023 – the full live dates read as below:

7 Brighton, The Hope & Ruin
8 St Albans, The Horn
9 London, Servant Jazz Quarters

3 Gothenburg, Viva Sounds

31 Southampton, The Joiners*

1 Newport, Le Pub*
2 Nottingham, Bodega*
3 Manchester, The Deaf Institute*
4 Hertford, Corn Exchange* 

*supporting Coach Party

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