Lavengro Announces Release Of New Single ‘I Want Your Girl’ From Debut EP ‘Consequences’

Previously, we have spoken to the Lavengro boys about their new single ‘Love Me’, which you can read here.

The 5 piece Northern Irish boyband are back again with their new single ‘I Want Your Girl’, which is set for release on the 21st February.

The track has already been gaining momentum, becoming a fan favourite on the band’s current UK tour which has seen the lads play cities across the UK including Manchester, Glasgow and Newcastle.

‘I Want Your Girl’ has already been chosen by ‘BBC Across The Line’ (Northern Ireland’s BBC introducing Show) to be their “Best Song in the World” with the Radio show giving the track an exclusive sneak play on their show on Monday 20th February. It bodes well for the boys who have also been chosen to represent ATL on their stage at this year’s Output Belfast Music Industry.

The band who write and play all their own music, had an amazing 2019, signing to Paradigm under Sol Parker (Agent for Billie Eilish, Rita Ora and Liam Payne), and supporting Boyzone at Fall’s Park in Belfast. 2020 looks likely to eclipse this with numerous festival appearances already confirmed including Indie 2020 & Buncrana Music Festival.

With the upbeat and cheeky vibe of ‘I Want Your Girl’, there is no doubt that the success of the band’s first single, ‘Love Me’, will be replicated, having been played across Irish Radio including iRadio, Cool FM, BBC Radio Ulster.

You can keep up to date with the Lavengro boys online on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, their official website, and Spotify.

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