UK chart toppers Scouting For Girls make the media rounds

by John Curley—Scouting For Girls seem to be the band of the moment in the UK. Their latest single, “This Ain’t A Love Song,” currently sits at number one in the UK singles chart. And they have been all over the UK music press lately, making TV and radio appearances to promote the single and their new album, Everybody Wants To Be On TV, which was released this past Monday, April 12th, in the UK. (The album has not been released in the United States yet.) One of Scouting For Girls’ recent television appearances was on the UK morning show GMTV. Video from that appearance can be seen above. On GMTV, the band performed “This Ain’t A Love Song.” Singer Roy Stride was interviewed as well.

Scouting For Girls also did a live video session for The Rimmel Room on London radio station Capital FM. In that session, they performed “This Ain’t A Love Song,” “She’s So Lovely,” “Famous,” and “Heartbeat.” To watch the session, click here.

The band also visited the Leicester Square studios of London alternative-rock radio station XFM recently for a live session. At the XFM London session, Scouting For Girls played “This Ain’t A Love Song,” “Heartbeat,” “Little Miss Naughty,” and “Keep On Walking.” They were also interviewed by XFM London DJ Steve Harris. To listen to the session, go to the XFM London Web site and then click the individual audio links.

Scouting For Girls’ upcoming UK tour starts April 28th in Nottingham.

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Scouting For Girls pictured at their Capital FM Rimmel Room live session in London. They are (left to right) drummer Peter Ellard, bassist Gary Churchouse, and vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Roy Stride.

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