The U.K.-based band Girls Girls Girls performs at the Queen’s in Nanaimo

The U.K.-based band Girls Girls Girls performs at the Queen’s in Nanaimo

U.K. band plays vagabond rock

Pirate flags, gypsy ballads, vests, rock songs, punk song and mumbled limey banter all add up to the Girls Girls Girls experience.

Pirate flags, gypsy ballads, vests, rock songs, punk song and mumbled limey banter all add up to the Girls Girls Girls experience.

The vagabond rock band from the U.K. tour Canada with their third album Hello Sailor, including a stop at the Queen’s Sunday (Sept. 25).

“We’re can’t wait to bring our art-punk embouteillage on tour again in the Great White North,” said lyrical singer and axeman Jeremy Williams. “Our last time in Canada was great, playing to a whole bunch of amazing crowds in venues big and small.”

The band will bring songs from their upcoming album, which the group is wrapping up recording.

“It’s going to be kind of a weird but beautiful record and the songs already sound great live,” Williams said. “There’s also a song inspired by the last tour, when we were chased out of Kamloops by a bunch of jocks with their trousers down. We’re especially looking forward to seeing how that one goes down.”

Show starts at 10 p.m. Admission is $5.