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girlfriends release "Over My Dead Body" and join The Used and Pierce The Veil on tour


Over My Dead Body

Release: March 10, 2023

Article by Aaron Oppheim

girlfriends have released their new song Over My Dead Body, a catchy breakup anthem via Big Noise.


Produced by Andrew Goldstein (Machine Gun Kelly, Papa Roach, blackbear), the catchy track references the raw past of a toxic relationship, bringing a cathartic release with melodic emotional intensity paired with newly found freedom.

The prolific pair conjure songs that are at once pleasingly familiar and warmly unique. Inspired by the style of caffeinated pop-punk that first shaped them, the group's music is a vehicle for self-expression and catharsis, a means to process grief, uncertainty, and renewed vigor for life destined to connect with others who struggle.

In less than three years, Travis Mills and Nick Gross of girlfriends have created not one but two urgent, inspired, and original albums. They've already sold out the Roxy in LA; opened for Machine Gun Kelly; toured with Mod Sun and Grayscale; and played a festival with Twenty One Pilots. SPIN called girlfriends' self-titled debut "polished, impassioned, and commanding".

Earlier this week, the duo announced they will be hitting the road this summer, as part of The Used and Pierce The Veil's Creative Control Tour. They'll be hopping on the tour starting in Asbury Park on June 12th, hitting top markets like New York City, Cincinnati, Dallas, Irvine and more before wrapping up in Phoenix on July 2nd.

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