Listen: Our Girl share new single ‘I Really Like It’

Our Girl share new single ‘I Really Like It’

The track follows the trio’s recent self-titled track.

Fresh from heading out on our Class Of 2018 UK tour and playing the DIY British Music Embassy showcase at SXSW, Our Girl have shared a new single.

‘I Really Like It’ is a staple of the band’s live show, and follows the trio’s recent self-titled single.

Vocalist Soph Nathan explains the meaning of the track in a press release. ”It’s one of our newest songs. I was initially quite nervous to share it because it feels quite different to the others.

“I’d never written about love in this way before. It has the inevitable moments of craziness and longing that can come with falling in love, but mainly it’s just a really happy song.”

Our Girl are set to support Bill Ryder-Jones on his UK tour later this month, and headline London’s MOTH Club next month.

View the dates and listen to ‘I Really Like It’ below. Catch up with our Class Of 2018 feature with Our Girl here.

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MAY
04 Live At Leeds
22 London, MOTH Club
25-27 Dot To Dot Festival

JUNE
09 Hull, 53Degrees Festival

JULY
06 Eurockeennes Festival

SEPTEMBER
19 Bath, Chapel Arts*
20 London, Queen Elizabeth Hall*
21 Leeds, Howard Assembly Room*
22 Glasgow, Art School*
23 Manchester, Dancehouse*

*with Bill Ryder-Jones

Photo: Phil Smithies / DIY

Our Girl play Live At Leeds (5th May) where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.

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