Glasgow, Scotland-based indie pop trio Golden Grrrls came collectively in the past due 2000s like a time-killing bedroom music test between close friends but quickly bloomed right into a even more realized music group. Comprised initially of guitarist/business lead vocalist Ruari MacLean, keyboardist Kate Manning, multi-instrumentalist Lorna Gilfedder, and drummer/business lead vocalist Eilidh Rodgers, the music group developed a audio rooted in the fuzzy indie pop of fellow Glaswegians from many eras, spanning through the ’80s and ’90s result of stalwarts just like the Vaselines as well as the Pastels to modern popsmiths such as for example Veronica Falls. They decided to go with their relatively regrettable music group name on the lark, solely since it was funny and idiotic-sounding to all or any the bandmembers. The music group played displays locally and started launching a string of limited-edition 7″ and cassette produces in Feb of 2011. They toured with Ocean Lions as their profile grew, launching a divide 7″ using their tourmates simply for the displays. Ultimately Manning and Gilfedder still left Golden Grrrls, and second guitarist/vocalist Rachel Aggs streamlined their lineup into trio type and helped move them toward a far more concise pop audio that centered on all three people weaving vocal lines throughout their brief, melodic music. A self-titled full-length record premiered in early 2013 on Slumberland in the U.S. and Nightschool in the U.K., using a tour helping Veronica Falls coinciding using the album’s release.