Calls For Rebellion

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Calls For Rebellion
📅 ReleasedSeptember 25, 2015 (2015-09-25)
⏳ Length71:40
🏷️ LabelIndependent release
🤑 Producer
  • The SoapGirls
  • Charlie Hamilton
The SoapGirls chronology
Calls For Rebellion
Societys Rejects
Singles from Calls For Rebellion
  1. "Hater"
    Released: December 2014
  2. "Champagne Cocaine"
    Released: June 2015 Logo.png Buy this album Calls For Rebellion or listen to it on amazon

'Calls For Rebellion' is the second studio album by South African band The SoapGirls, released independently on 25 September 2015.[1]


After their contract with Universal terminated, the band moved to New York to continue their recording career, but turned down a longer term record deal after releasing a couple of singles in 2013.[2] They returned to South Africa to continue their recording career as independent musicians, releasing music on their own terms.[3] In contrast to the dance-pop music released by Universal, the band adopted a punk rock style for their independent releases, beginning with the digitally released singles Hater (2014) and Champagne Cocaine (2015).[4]

In 2015, the band received an offer to tour the UK. The new album Calls For Rebellion was quickly finished in 48 hours so that they would have something to tour with.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by The SoapGirls[1] (Camille Debray and Noemie Debray).

Calls For Rebellion track listing
1."Pretend Friend"3:26
2."Welcome to the Neighbourhood"4:41
3."Voodoo Child"5:22
7."Hold on Tight"5:06
8."Pretty Good Looking"4:27
9."Waiting in the Wings"5:53
10."Cigarettes and Medicine"4:50
11."Black Mass"4:00
12."House of Fun"4:44
13."Snakes and Ladders"3:48
14."Champagne Cocaine"3:51
15."Ugly Underneath"2:43
Total length:71:40


The SoapGirls

  • Camille Debray – vocals, bass, co-producer[1]
  • Noemie Debray – vocals, guitar, co-producer[1]

Additional personnel

  • Charlie Hamilton – co-producer[1]
  • Malin Svendsen – artwork[1]
  • Sam Debray – A&R[1]
  • Tim Lengfield – mastering[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 "Calls For Rebellion by The SoapGirls". bandcamp.
  2. Martin Myers (4 August 2016). "Music Exchange: The Soap Girls could be Die Antwoord". TheNext48hOURS.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Jude Benjamin (2019). "The SoapGirls - Interview - Naked And Raw". Camden Live Music Blog.
  4. "The Soap Girls". Apple Music.

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