The SoapGirls are a rock/punk rock duo made up of two sisters, called Camille and Noemie Debray (Mille and Mie) who handle bass/Vocals and Guitar/Vocals respectively. I first discovered them back in 2016 after an incident at one of their gigs made the papers. I followed them from that point on, enjoying their raw style and unique flair. I was lucky enough to get an interview with them back in March 2019, which you can check out here. But I hadn’t had a chance to review their music, as my schedule kept getting in the way but I finally decided to talk about them today, I figured since I could pick any of their music to review for you all that I would go with two tracks, one of their early tracks ‘Sour’ which you can check out below, and one their more recent tracks. I figured not only would this be fun for you guys but it would also show their development musically from this track, which was released in 2011, to their more recent 2019 release ‘One Way Street’ and you can check out my review of that by clicking here.
‘Sour’ has a powerful synth driven open, a lot of energy and rhythm, it’s quite engaging, and yet despite a hammering instrumental backing, the vocals are clear and the lyrics are catchy. It’s a really enjoyable track, it’s one of those ones that just gets stuck in your head and despite feeling a little commercial it’s a really good track.
So that’s what I thought of The SoapGirls single ‘Sour’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. While you’re at it, make sure and support the band by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or by visiting their website.
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