Brazilian Girls debut new song “The Critic” today

The Critic” a brand new song from the Brazilian Girls’ forthcoming album is premiering today at KCRW as “Best New Music.” Listen here: The band is in the studio now completing the new album, expected later this year. More details to come.

In addition, Brazilian Girls have confirmed select tour dates throughout January and February, including a stop at KCRW for a “Morning Becomes Eclectic” taping on January 14. See below for details.

Comprised of four globetrotting members (none of whom are Brazilian and only one of whom is female), Brazilian Girls formed in 2003, getting their start with weekly shows at the New York City club Nublu. Singer Sabina Sciubba was born in Rome and raised in Munich and Nice; keyboardist Didi Gutman is from Buenos Aires. Bassist Jesse Murphy is from California and drummer Aaron Johnston is from Kansas City. The band have released three studio albums, including the 2009 Grammy-nominated New York City, and toured worldwide. In addition, dynamic frontwoman Sciubba will be featured in the new FX series “Baskets” with Zach Galifianakis premiering January 21.


January 12—Phoenix, AZ—Crescent Ballroom

January 13—Los Angeles, CA—The Roxy

January 15—San Francisco, CA—Social Hall

January 16—Santa Barbara, CA—Soho Music Club

February 5—Brooklyn, NY—Knitting Factory

February 10—Houston, TX—Walter’s

February 11—Dallas, TX—Club Dada

February 12—Austin, TX—Empire Control Room

February 12—El Paso, TX—The Lowbrow Place

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