Girl Ray Plays The Game Of Patience In “Show Me More”

They know how to bike

Photo: Laura McCluskey

North London trio Girl Ray captures the time-consuming game of pull-and-push that comes when you’re crushing on someone in their new single “Show Me More.” It has a minimalistic, slick vibe where a risqué air filters through the stretchy vocals, giving it a luring elegance to it. Directed by Crusoe Weston, the video features the three musketeers biking through the nature without friction. This video should be shown to 80% of college kids so they can learn how to bike properly:

According to the trio, the song is about “crushing really hard but having to play the long game and wait it out because your boo is playing savage games. It’s your classic pop banger. Steamy dance floor. Drinks on me.”

Comprised of Poppy Hankin, Iris McConnell and Sophie Moss, Girl Ray broke into the scen with their debut record Earl Greyback in June 2017. “Show Me More” is from their upcoming sophomore album Girl, which will be out on November 8th  via Moshi Moshi. They’ll also kick off tour that month with Metronomy, so go see them:

November 6  – O2 Guildhall Southampton w/ Metronomy

November 8 – Roundhouse, London w/ Metronomy

November 9  – Manchester Academy w/ Metronomy

November 14  – O2 Academy Bristol w/ Metronomy

November 15  – Rock City Nottingham w/ Metronomy

February 18 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds

February 19  – Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall

February 20  – Glasgow, Stereo

February 21 – Manchester, YES

February 22  – Nottingham, Bodega

February 23  – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach

February 25 – Bristol, The Fleece

February 26  – London, Electric Ballroom

February 27  – Brighton, The Haunt