Nova Twins

Wednesday 1 December 2021

Today marks the release of “Bullet” (Dream Wife Remix), a captivating collaboration between genre-bending UK duo Nova Twins and London based trio Dream Wife, revealed exclusively via NME.


This rework follows the Fever 333 Remix of “Undertaker”, which landed last week, generating huge buzz amongst fans and across media online. Both original tracks are taken from Nova Twins’ acclaimed “Who Are The Girls?” debut album, which was released in 2020.

“It’s a kick back against the harassment & day to day social pressures that women have to endure.” said Amy Love and Georgia South (Nova Twins). “We wanted a song that makes women feel powerful, that they can say, do & wear what they want without judgement or scrutiny. Unrealistic beauty ideals & objectification have formed a toxic and hypercritical environment for women. ‘Bullet’ is a call to arms for anyone anywhere to stand up against these social norms and say enough is enough.”

Speaking about the remix, Dream Wife’s Alice Go said, “Nova Twins’ unchained power as a live unit has always taken our breath away. We love those rockers, what they stand for and how they rip It up. ‘Bullet’ as a track boldly asserts their vibe of self-empowerment, a theme that really crossed over with Dream Wife’s beliefs and ethos as a band. As friends of ours, we approached them about collaborating and doing a mix, as a way of still connecting with our musical community during the lockdown. It was so much fun splicing our sounds into one pumped-up rock track.”
Nova Twins have also announced their rescheduled tour dates for 2022 (all previously purchased tickets remain valid).

Nova Twins are a genre-bending duo consisting of lead vocalist/guitarist Amy Love & bassist Georgia South. Described as “devilishly-heavy & vivid punk-rock” by NME, “grunge-pop” by the Independent & “amalgamation of raw punk energy, illegal rave electronics & unapologetic grimey attitude” by PRS. Their debut album Who Are The Girls? produced by Jim Abbiss (Adele, Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian) included lead singles “Devil’s Face”, “Vortex”, “Taxi” & “Play Fair” which received multiple spins on BBC Radio 1 from Annie Mac, Daniel P Carter & Jack Saunders, as well as BBC Radio 6 from Iggy Pop & Tom Robinson.

A force to be reckoned with, Nova Twins recently turned up the volume in their fight to create a stage for underrepresented POC talent, curating a limited-edition vinyl compilation, backed by Dr. Martens, with 100% of proceeds donated to The Black Curriculum. This 12 tracker is a continuation of Amy and Georgia’s ‘Voices For The Unheard’ platform, created in June 2020 as part of their efforts to further conversations around the Black Lives Matter movement. Originating as a “powerful playlist featuring POC alternative artists”, the project quickly evolved into a conversation series, centred on their day-to-day socio-political experiences with fellow musicians.

In 2019, Nova Twins were the face of Dr. Martens Alternative A/W campaign & played alongside Fever 333 during their BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session. In 2020, they won Best UK Breakthrough Band at the Heavy Music Awards. Later that year, they collaborated with Bring Me The Horizon on their track “1X1”, taken from the No. 1 album – Post Human: Survival Horror. Nova Twins started 2021 with a remix of Gang of Four’s ‘Where the Nightingale Sings’ alongside Massive Attack‘s 3D/Robert Del Naja.