Scouting For Girls
Scouting For Girls

Scouting For Girls

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Scouting for Girls are an English pop band from London, made up of Roy Stride (vocals, guitar), Greg Churchouse (bass guitar) and Peter Ellard (percussion). Their name is a play on words of the Scouts handbook, Scouting for Boys. They write catchy, pure pop songs about love and life, and have been nominated for three BRIT Awards. Their eponymous debut album went straight to number one in the UK upon its release in 2008 after the success of singles She’s So Lovely, Heartbeat and Elvis Ain’t Dead. Scouting for Girls tickets sold out across the UK for their extensive touring in 2008 and 2009. Their second album, Everybody Wants to be on TV was released in April 2010.

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While they were in university, Roy Stride and Greg Churchouse were in a band called Cape. They managed to build up a small fanbase on MySpace and a website for unsigned bands, and the future Scouting for Girls concert favourite, Heartbeat, was already in demo form.

In 2007, they were signed to Epic UK, which is part of Sony BMG. Their debut album was produced by Andy Green, who is responsible for some of Keane, KT Tunstall and The Feeling’s works. Their first release was an EP, It’s Not About You. This stirred interest in the group, especially when they were played on Radio 1.

Their eponymous debut album was released in September 2007, but it wasn’t until January 2008 that it hit the number one spot after the success of the singles She’s So Lovely and Elvis Ain’t Dead. In December 2008 it was announced as the 10th biggest selling album of that year, with 60 weeks on the chart.

Scouting for Girls tickets were readily available throughout 2007 and 2008 as they embarked on an extensive tour of the UK. They sold out venues in every city they performed! Scouting for Girls tickets sold out for four consecutive nights at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

Sc outing for Girls tickets also sold for appearances in Europe, Japan, Australia and America in 2008. They were nominated for three BRIT Awards in 2009, for Best British Breakthrough Act, Best British Live Act and Best British Single for Heartbeat. They were nominated for the Best New Act category in the MTV Europe Music Awards 2008.

They started work on their second album in 2009, again with Andy Green. Everybody Wants to be on TV was released in April 2010, fronted by the single This Ain’t a Love Song which shot in at number one at Easter. They have been quoted as saying that they are always trying to write the “perfect pop song”.

Scouting for Girls tickets were even more popular after the release of their second album, and throughout 2010 they toured the UK again.

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