"The Suffrajets" are a British all girl four-piece rock band. Their steady rise to fame has come off the back of their frequent touring (despite set-backs such as tourbus crashes), the release of well-received singles such as "Hold These Eyes" and "Distinction" and a Channel 4 documentary entitled ''We Are The Suffrajets''. Their high-profile fans include Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden.
After Gemma Clarke quit Babyshambles, The Suffrajets released their first single "Sold" on the independent record label Tough Cookie. The single received coverage in Music Week and featured on the Radio 1 Show "Women in Rock." Sold reached number 8 in the official UK Rock chart.
The Suffrajets played Tiscali Sessions at Reading Festival in Summer 2005 appearing alongside acts such as The Futureheads, Graham Coxon and We Are Scientists. During this period work was finished on their debut album at Dep Studios in Birmingham.
The band toured extensively in 2005, completing 30 dates in 30 days in September, ending in a sold out show at the Camden Underworld. Their second single "Everything You Do" was released in October 2005 resulting in substantial coverage in The Guardian and New Woman ...