The Vanjas’ “My Girls” Is Your Squad Anthem From The 60s

60s pop with soulful kick

Photo: Courtesy of Rehn Music Group

Swedish quartet The Vanjas pays homage to squadhood with their new single “My Girl” – a 60s infused pop track that seamlessly blends blues, soul, and rock with class. It takes you into an anachronic soundscape where old school camaraderie meets contemporary squadhood. The vaulting strings and bouncy drums make “My Girls’ a cheeky piece that is best dosed along with your homies:

“Danger, pain, trouble – come at me. Everything’s easy, as long as you’re with your crew. The song is about a girl who’s waiting and wishing to be with her friends. She knows what it’s like to be alone, but her friends are arriving soon and she knows fun times are ahead. ‘My girls’ is a soundtrack to hanging with your crew.” shared The Vanjas.

Written and recoded in Sweden, “My Girls” was produced by Tristan Jeanneau and Mark Ephraim and mixed by Phat Fabe (Robyn). The Vanjas have already earned critical acclaim for their performances and have opend for Patti Smith and The Sonics. The quartet will be playing across Europe in the next few months, so stay tuned for more tour dates:

1/25 – Obaren (Stockholm, Sweden)

5/17 – Monkeys Music Bar (Hamburg, Germany)