The Soap Girls

“Unique, raw, catchy, anarchistic Rock and Roll.“

“If being controversial means being consummate professionals, playing great original songs to an appreciative engaged audience and treating everyone with respect then The Soap Girls must be at the front of the pack.”–Devolution Magazine

Don’t miss this incredible Australian band’s next
and only Camden show with us next month!

11th May @Camden Assembly! Click here for tickets


The Soap Girls write outsider anthems with grungy punk pop infused guitars overlaid with harmonic vocals and huge melodious overtones and metal growls that are androgynous, audacious and straight from the heart. Their music is a brand of storytelling with a strong message behind each track. They use their platform to address issues that are close to heart and are an inspiration to both old and young. Their work ethic and kindled passion and love for performing has had them been named as a band to watch out for by music critics around the globe.


The French born sisters from Cape Town, are often described as the world’s hardest working duo even during lockdown they never stopped performing over 400 livestreams with varied theme nights and dark humour.

Armed with unforgettable melodies and catchy choruses, their energy, rawness and authenticity live, has earned the made served formidable reputation. Touring continuously since 2015 The fearless sister, have an impressive ever growing global dedicated base of followers known as the ‘TheSoap Suds’.

Guitarist/vocalist Noemie sets the pace beautifully as she powers through each song with a certain style and grace and guitar riffs that captivate every audience.

Her vocals have been likened to an early Blondie. Drawing musical influences from Fleetwood Mac, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Heart, Nirvana, The Butthole Surfers and R.E.M her preferred style of music being more melodic.


Bassplayer/Vocalist Camille is a on stage force to be-reckoned with encompassing a unique bass technique with contortioning that you would rarely see in a live rock performance whilst never missing a note coupled with an insane vocal range often likened to Brodie Dalle, Tina Turner and Randy Bly the from her angelic notes to metal growls that will leave you disturbed Mille is undoubtedly a force on her own terms. Being a fan of heavier music from acts like Alice in Chains, Marilyn Manson, The Smashing Pumpkins, Korn, Alanis Morrissette, Hole, Nirvana, Napalm Death and L7. Which is evident in her furiously energetic performance as she connects and shocks the crowd.


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Both sisters although complete opposites blend vocally and musically in a way that only siblings could and their live performance are delivered with a ruthless unmatched energy that is rare to find. Their harmonies are another aspect that sets them apart from other bands. On stage and live is where The Soap Girls are truly at the top of their game and  watching them live is an unforgettable experience which has fans coming back for more.

Already as children, the fearless siblings Camille and Noémie Debray became an international attraction as street  performers singing and selling homemade soaps to tourists in order to donate the proceeds to hospitals – so the public gave the well-known lively, nonchalant young ladies the name “The Soap Girls”.

It is here really where the roots of their journey and their approach to their music and fans gave birth to them as rockstars. They stand strong in their belief of the right of individuals to have self expression. As teenagers, they stormed #1 on the album charts in South Africa with dance-pop and theirDebut album. In the same year, they placed all four single releases from the album in the top ten of the single charts. Despite their youth, they quickly realized that success comes at a price. The mechanisms and soulless marketing machinery of their major label Universal were against them.

From then on, The Soap Girls decided not to compromise on their songs and their live performance. They left the safe haven of chart success, ended their collaboration with Universal, and followed their hearts. Their passion was and is rock’n’roll–they celebrate true freedom, freedom of movement and authenticity paired with a provocative honesty that is second to none. Social commitment and a good portion of punk attitude remain the basic attributes of The Soap Girls. After their break in style, the musical cornerstones are alternative rock, grunge and glam paired with catchy melodies, great guitar riffs and choruses. Some skillful excursions into the metal genre roundoff their spectrum.


Don’t miss Soap Girls’ next and only

Camden show with us next month!

11th May @Camden Assembly! Click here for tickets

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