Kamikaze Girls - New Single 'Deathcap'

Straight off the back of a run of dates supporting Gnarwolves and a ferocious set at The Great Escape Festival, Leeds duo Kamikaze Girls reveal the video for 'Deathcap'.

The news comes ahead of a further run of co-headline tour dates with Nervus and UK festival appearances over the summer, and the track is the latest to be taken from their upcoming debut full-length, Seafoam, released 9th June via Big Scary Monsters (UK) and Wiretap Records (US).

The clip was shot by Katie McMillan, and edited by vocalist/guitarist Lucinda Livingstone. 

Commenting on the track, Livingstone explains: "The song's about how often the media attacks the entire millennial generation, and I guess we were mocking how much they seem to want to pin such a broad label on a really diverse set of people that are just doing their best to get along, for the most part."

Referencing fellow Leeds band Then Thickens' debut album Death Cap At Anglezarke, it's another cuttingly honestly missive from the pen of Livingstone, who continues to highlight the anxiety and inequality of the modern world with startling insight.

Seafoam is the follow-up to Kamikaze Girls' acclaimed debut EP, SAD. Exploring wider musical influences from shoegaze, fuzz-pop and the heavier side of the genre-spectrum they call home, it's a record that feels like a weight being lifted and a focused, sharpened quill being shifted to new targets.

Kamikaze Girls 2017 Tour Dates:

3rd June - Grimsby - The Gig Lebowski (w/ Ghouls)
9th June - Leeds - Headrow House (w/ Mannequin Pussy)
10th June - Manchester - Gullivers (w/ Apologies I Have None + Hot Mass)
20th June - Dundee - Conroy’s Basement*
21st June - Edinburgh - Bannermans *
22nd June - Leeds - Wharf Chambers*
23rd June - Ipswich - The Smokehouse*
24th June - London - Sebright Arms*
25th June - Watford - White Lion*
26th June - Southampton - The Alex*
27th June - Brighton - The Hope & Ruin*
28th June - Portsmouth - Edge of the Wedge*
29th June - Cardiff - Buffalo*
8th July - 2000 Trees Festival
22nd July - Truck Festival
27th July - Hull - The Adelphi
2nd September - Kent - Moosefest
30th September - Manchester - Deadbolt

* w/ Nervus