Scouting For Girls

Scouting For Girls Release Feel Good Video For New Single ‘Grown Up’

Scouting For Girls have unveiled the music video for their latest single Grown Up, which sees them busking on the streets of Camden and reminding viewers that even when you’re grown up you’re never too old to have fun.

Grown Up is taken from their upcoming fifth studio album The Trouble With Boys and is a reminiscent affair, looking back on memories shared with friends and loved ones seeing the changes which have happened in the years gone by and wishing everything remained simple. Scouting For Girls have always been known for their catchy, sing-along choruses and Grown Up is no different as you’ll find yourself subconsciously singing along to ‘I don’t wanna be a grown-up, a grown up, look at me, my skin is older‘ whilst having a little dance in your seat. The video for the track sees Stefan Mihalache dressed as an old man trying to relive his youth by causing chaos on the streets on London, bringing smiles to the faces of everyone around him. We love the surprise when he pulls out some break dancing moves as the trio busk on the streets of Camden much to the surprise of onlookers. We have a feeling this video might just inspire some viewers to head out and cause some harmless mischief this summer.

In the twelve years which have past since the release of the band’s self-titled debut album release, the trio’s trademark sound has stuck with them throughout. Grown Up is the first taste of the band’s upcoming album The Trouble With Boys which is set for release on 20th September via Sony Music. You can pre-order the album from here.

If that wasn’t enough they will also be heading out on an extensive run of winter headline dates in support of their new album with support coming from The Dunwells, you can catch them live at the following dates:

November 2019

6th – Galashiels – Mac Arts

7th – Inverness – Ironworks

8th – Forres – The Loft

10th – Kirkwall – The Sound Archive

11th – Aberdeen – The Lemon Tree

13th – Perth – Inchyra Arts Club

14th – Dunkeld – Birnam Arts

15th – Stirling – The Albert Halls

18th – Oxford – O2 Academy

19th – Guildford – G Live

21st – Norwich – The Nick Rayns LCR

22nd – Southend – Cliffs Pavilion

23rd – Birmingham – O2 Academy

25th – Northhampton – Roadmender

26th – Reading – Hexagon

28th – Nottingham – Rock City

29th – Newcastle – O2 Academy

30th – Leeds – O2 Academy

December 2019

2nd – Exeter – Lemon Grove

3rd – Cambridge – Corn Exchange

5th – Bournemouth – O2 Academy

6th – London – Shepherds Bush Empire

7th – Cardiff – Tramshed

9th – Bexhill – De La Warr Pavilion

10th – Bristol – O2 Academy

12th – Glasgow – Fruitmarket

13th – Liverpool – O2 Academy

14th – Manchester – Albert Hall

16th – Belfast – Limelight

17th – Dublin – Academy

Tickets and further information about the Trouble With Boys Tour can be found here. Having been lucky enough to catch the band on their tenth anniversary tour back in 2017, we recommend you head down to a show if you want a night of sing-along fun which will leave you with a smile on your face.

You can download Grown Up from here. Tweet us @CelebMix and let us know what you think of Scouting For Girls new single and let us know if you’re looking forward to what else they have planned for 2019.

Written by Nicola Craig

A keen lover of boybands, nearly all genres of music and travelling. I'm always looking for new artists to check out, so send them my way and you might be able to be smug knowing you helped me find a new favourite band. You'll probably say I have long hair, most people do.