NYC garage rock band Rich Girls — usually a trio led by Luisa Black, but a duo here — brings that gritty blend of post-punk and art-rock back to the forefront. Begun by Black in London, the band has grown and changed over several releases, but kept things nice and reverby all along. They stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO to share some new music with us for this session.
Rich Girls’ new EP, Love is the Dealer, will be available September 2016.
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