Petrol Girls announce new live dates

The run includes a Ren solo set at the launch of book project, Nasty Women.
Petrol Girls have announced a new batch of tour dates, which will follow on from their recently announced headline stint.

The headline run will kick off on 16th March in Newport, and is followed by a support tour with Strike Anywhere, and festival sets at Groezrock, Supersonic and 2000trees, among others.

On 29th March, frontwoman Ren Aldridge will also perform solo at the launch for Nasty Women, a book project which she contributed to alongside Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace and loads more (it’s very good, we’ve already got our copy).

Petrol Girls are also asking for submissions for their new ‘Touch Me Again’ video. “We’re collecting phone video submissions to put together a video for our song ‘Touch Me Again’,” says Ren, “which grew out of the demo chant “MY BODY MY CHOICE” and seems to be something we’ll be shouting a lot more given the escalating political attacks on women, wombs and marginalised bodies in general.”

Find Petrol Girls on tour at the following:


16 UK, Newport, Le Pub

17 UK, Guildford, The Boileroom

18 UK, Bristol, The Exchange – Fishstock

19 UK, Newcastle, Think Tank Underground

20 UK, Glasgow, The Garage Attic Bar

21 UK, Leeds, Brudenell Games Room

22 UK, York, Dusk

24 UK, Birmingham, Subside

25 UK, London, Stagshead Hoxton, Everything Sucks (w/ The Exhausts and Slab City)


21 UK, Manchester, Manchester Punk Festival

22 UK, Bristol, The Exchange (w/ Strike Anywhere)

23 UK, London, The Underworld (w/ Strike Anywhere)

24 UK, Exeter, Cavern (w/ Strike Anywhere)

25 Netherlands, Utrecht, Ekko (w/ Strike Anywhere)

26 Germany, Hamburg, Hafenklang (w/ Strike Anywhere)

27 Germany, Zwiesel, Juz (w/ Strike Anywhere)

28 Germany, Saarwellingen, Flexibel (w/ Strike Anywhere)

29 Belgium, Meerhout, Groezrock


3 France, Paris, Supersonic

5 Germany, Dortmund, Visions Party


6-8 UK, Cheltenham, 2000 Trees Festival


8-11 Slovenia, Tolmin, Punk Rock Holiday

10-13 UK, Hampshire, Boomtown Fair

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