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RYL: When do you plan to release your debut album?

No Girlfriends: When we strike gold, no probably by the end of the year we’ll have an EP

RYL: the first single is titled “Groce”, what it means for you?

No Girlfriend: It was written after one of the member’s ugly break-up, not saying which one… but shes the noisiest.


RYL: Is there a common meaning/theme between all your songs?

No Girlfriends: Empowerment, denial, rage, aggression, oh and I guess love.

RYL:  When you first started to make music?

No Girlfriends: Individually since we can remember, collectively about a year ago.

RYL: how do you, usually, write the lyrics and music of your songs?

No Girlfriends: Someone comes up with a riff or a vocal melody or they break up with their significant other 

RYL: Which is your favorite rock song (lyrically speaking)?

Rose: Silversun Pickups “Lazy Eye”

Neko: The Smiths “Bigmouth Strikes Again”

Jess: Heart “Alone”

Janelle: Queen “Somebody to Love”


RYL: Which is the most important thing for you while doing music?

No Girlfriends:  Being connected to every part of it and creating it fearlessly, not compromising and just loving the process.

RYL:  Which is the best verse you ever wrote?

No Girlfriends: The lyrics that mean the most to other people..so I guess we’ll never know.

RYL: Which is the last song you wrote (not published yet)?

No Girlfriends: Well we actually just got a new member (Rose) and we are finally finishing a song we previously released because it never felt done and her finishing touches are proving to be wonderful!

RYL: How Los Angeles is influencing your music

No Girlfriends: We love this city, the vibes- the smog- the sounds- the atmosphere- the live music scene: There is definitely a wealth of talented musicians here so they push us to be better!

Instagram: NoGirlfriendsBand

Twitter: @no_girlfriends

FB: facebook.com/nogirlfriendsband

Website: nogirlfriends.com

soundcloud: soundcloud.com/no-girlfriends

Photo Cred: Carrie Shaltz

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