Germein are making a statement with their bold new single ‘Good For A Girl’
Adelaide indie pop trio Germein are making a statement with their bold new single ‘Good For A Girl’. Writing, recording, and producing the track themselves in their home studio, ‘Good For A Girl’ touches on the siblings’ personal challenges they’ve faced being an all-female band in today’s music industry.
Sisters Georgia (guitar, keys), Ella (bass, electric cello), and Clara Germein (drums) were raised on the records of B.B King, Van Morrison, & Cat Stevens, growing jamming together on their family farm in the Adelaide Hills. Their Dad played trumpet in a New Orleans rhythm & blues band, sparking their love for loud, feel good music they could dance to – while their Mum often led singing around the piano. Starting out busking on the main street of their local town with their younger brother, Germein soon began playing local venues while crafting their own unique brand of indie pop.
Self-taught drums, bass & guitar, their distinct sibling magic continued to overflow into their charismatic & euphoric live show - described as nothing short of mesmerising. But being an all-girl band in the industry hasn’t been without its challenges…