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Giraffe releases their new super cool single ‘Kill Them’

Giraffe releases their new super cool single ‘Kill Them’

After a brief hiatus as well as a move from Los Angeles to Nashville &  Los Angeles to Osaka, Japan,  Giraffe are back with a new single Kill Them, which released July 9th.

KILL THEM – GIRAFFE

What do you do with a Mr. Poopy-Pants in traffic?  How do you manage the work day with that asshole across the hall?  How does one win the daily battles with their emotional hands tied?  The greatest of all weapons… because it’s better to be hated for being good than for being misunderstood, right? 

Kill them (with kindness) is that reminder you write on your hand to make sure you get through the bullshit while keeping your eyes on the prize.  It’s an anthem for our best life… with a punch and slide foundation, truly inventive guitar tones, and legit analog synths- all beneath layers of timeless vocals.  The performance is purposeful, with meaningful verses, and that hard-hitting, break-free from the daily grind, dance floor chorus we all crave.  

Created during that ubiquitous move to a fresh new city, Kill Them contrasts the chutes and ladders of releasing your previous self with the heartfelt mantras of entering a new life. 

Produced by Drew Sherrod, and featuring co-writer Capital Violão on guitar, Kyle Crane on drums, and Paul Searles on keys, Kill them is the first single from the upcoming EP Fauna.

About Giraffe

As most know, giraffes are usually found in the dry savannah of Africa, but not this one. This one hails from the UK and has been roaming between NY and LA for some years. Currently, she is grazing the open fields of Nashville, Tennessee.

Giraffe is Gayle Davidson, along with Drew Sherrod and Guitarist Capital Violão.

With deep roots in Europe, Japan, and the Americas, this unconventional indie pop-rock band could be considered pan-global. 

The first Giraffe Ep, Trajectory, was spawned from the hard contrast between a messy divorce and a loving one.  

The upcoming EP, Fauna, is a cerebral and observant march through the dark times of 2020 in Los Angeles and Nashville. A selfish record, this EP was mined for the people and not the industry. It is a love letter to the misunderstood

The name Fauna is a reminder that we are all the same animal. Some of us strut around and crow, and some of us blend in with the tree we are near. We all belong in the wild together. 

Fauna was mixed by Scot Sherrod and features Kyle Crane on drums (Neko Case, Daniel Lanois, Everest). 

The first single “Kill Them” is already out on major streaming platform!

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What do you do with a Mr. Poopy-Pants in traffic?  How do you manage the work day with that asshole across the hall?  How does one win the daily battles with their emotional hands tied?  The greatest of all weapons… because it’s better to be hated for being good than for being misunderstood, right? 

(with kindness) is that reminder you write on your hand to make sure you get through the bullshit while keeping your eyes on the prize.  It’s an anthem for our best life… with a punch and slide foundation, truly inventive guitar tones, and legit analog synths- all beneath layers of timeless vocals.  The performance is purposeful, with meaningful verses, and that hard-hitting,  floor chorus we all crave.  

Created during that ubiquitous move to a fresh new city, contrasts the chutes and ladders of releasing your previous self with the heartfelt mantras of entering a new life. 


What do you do with a Mr. Poopy-Pants in traffic?  How do you manage the work day with that asshole across the hall?  How does one win the daily battles with their emotional hands tied?  The greatest of all weapons… because it’s better to be hated for being good than for being misunderstood, right? 

(with kindness) is that reminder you write on your hand to make sure you get through the bullshit while keeping your eyes on the prize.  It’s an anthem for our best life… with a punch and slide foundation, truly inventive guitar tones, and legit analog synths- all beneath layers of timeless vocals.  The performance is purposeful, with meaningful verses, and that hard-hitting,  floor chorus we all crave.  


What do you do with a Mr. Poopy-Pants in traffic?  How do you manage the work day with that asshole across the hall?  How does one win the daily battles with their emotional hands tied?  The greatest of all weapons… because it’s better to be hated for being good than for being misunderstood, right? 

(with kindness) is that reminder you write on your hand to make sure you get through the bullshit while keeping your eyes on the prize.  It’s an anthem for our best life… with a punch and slide foundation, truly inventive guitar tones, and legit analog synths- all beneath layers of timeless vocals.  The performance is purposeful, with meaningful verses, and that hard-hitting,  floor chorus we all crave.  

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