Coming out March 30th on Topshelf Records, Queen of Jeans recently announced debut album ‘Dig Yourself‘ is both a confident declaration of self-love and a call-to-action for us all to explore our own behaviors on a deeper level.

The latest music shared from the album is the new single ‘U R My Guy‘.

We felt we were backed into a ‘60s girl group’ corner, so we started to take a look at how we ended up essentially tokenized again, the very thing we’ve been trying to escape. We wrote this song as satire about those 60s girl groups that, while we are certainly influenced by musically, are often very problematic in their messages towards women. We wanted to flip the script and write a song in that genre that empowers women instead.


Earlier, the band released ‘More To Love‘ – a song serving as a blissful amuse-bouche for the radical self-discovery that is to follow. From there, the album quickly shifts to grand explorations of self-worth, unconditional love, resignation, and ultimately, re-evaluation; all the while blending retro guitar and ethereal three-part harmonies to create a style that is entirely their own.

Check out a music video for that one if you missed it below.


Founding members Miriam Devora, Matheson Glass, and Nina Scotto had all played in other bands prior to forming Queen of Jeans. But as had been all too common a practice a few years ago (and sometimes still today), they were often accessorized and handed a tambourine instead of a guitar. With that shared bond already in place, the three visualized a new project on their own terms, and finalized their lineup with drummer Patrick Wall.

Since the release of their debut EP in 2016, Queen of Jeans has garnered immense support from their local station WXPN, performed at SXSW and Made In America, toured alongside emo heavyweights Balance & Composure and From Indian Lakes, and garnered praise from numerous press outlets.

Album pre-orders are available now [Here].

Queen Of Jeans

More to Love
Clever Hands
April Still
You’re Never Alone
U R My Guy
Heads Turn
Bat Your Eyes
Sick Day


Photo by Jessica Lim