Girls Names is a four-piece band from Belfast, Northern Ireland.[1] Formed in 2009 as a two-piece by singer/guitarist and songwriter Cathal Cully and drummer Neil Brogan, Claire Miskimmin joined on bass the following year[2] and Charles Hurts guitarist Philip Quinn was added to the line-up in 2012. The band has released one album, 2011’s Dead To Me, on Tough Love in Europe and Slumberland Records in the US, and several EPs, singles and split singles on labels such as Captured Tracks and CF Records. In November 2012, it was announced that a second album, The New Life, would be released in February 2013.

Girls Names remixed by David Holmes, The Next Life EP out now

Girls Names remixed by David Holmes, EP Out

Belfast four-piece Girls Names released their critically acclaimed second album, The New Life, in February and it marked a new direction for the band altogether. That directional shift is emphasized even further by a new EP,

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Girls Names debuts video for "The New Life", The Next Life EP out 10/29

Girls Names Debuts Video, EP out 10/29

Girls Names release a new remix album titled The Next Life on October 29th featuring spots by Factory Floor and David Holmes as well as their interpretation of Brian Eno’s “Third Uncle” that premiered a few weeks ago on Slumberland Records.

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Girls Names get remixed by Factory floor's Gabe gurnsey, catch them on tour in Europe this summer

Girls Names get remixed By Factory Floor

Belfast four-piece Girls Names released their second album, The New Life, in March and it marked a new direction for the band altogether. That directional shift is emphasized even further by Gabe Gurnsey from Factory Floor.

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Review of Girls Names ‘The New Life’

Lo-fi Irish four-piece Girls Names are to release their second album “The New Life” this month on record labels Slumberland and Tough Love in Europe and with Slumberland Records in the US. The noise pop, surf rockers are following up on their well received debut Dead To Me which was released in 2011.

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Stream ‘Girls Names’ new Album

Belfast-based four-piece Girls Names are a singular proposition, both geographically and psychically removed from their contemporaries at home and abroad. Released on March 12, their second album The New Life

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