Like the jean fabric itself, DENIM has been experienced by everyone on planet earth. They were the first ever girl band to perform the Super Bowl Pepsi Half-Time show 94 times in a row. They were the first ever girl band to cause a traffic jam of press that went across continents, resulting in gargantuan shifts in seismograms the world over. And they were the first ever girl band to sing a 46-Octave-range pop single that caused every dog in a kennel to pirouette on their hind legs before then turning into an iguana.


DENIM is an all-singing, all-dancing, all laugh-inducing queer pop girl band for the ages. For the upcoming years, the Denims have decided to peel back from the stadium shows and perform in intimate venues around the world to re-connect to their 13-billion-strong fan base. For whilst superstardom has its kicks, it's the charity gigs where the queens feel most at home. Glamrou La Denim, Aphrodite Greene, Crystal Vaginova, Elektra Cute & Shirley DuNaughty are all about giving back (they have done so with 0.000062% of their earnings to date).

Sponsored by MAC Cosmetics and Bumble and Bumble, DENIM are a rainbow-coloured Trojan horse determined to take on The Institution. They have been performing to audiences around the UK for the last six years and have had three sell out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (directed by the Soho Theatre’s Artistic Director Steve Marmion) to rave reviews in 2017 & 2018.       

They have performed at many iconic spaces including The Arts Theatre, Trafalgar Studios, Soho Theatre, Glastonbury Festival, and the Bethnal Green’s Working Men’s Club. Headlining the Port Eliot Festival with their drag show about escaping social exclusion, watched by nearly 150 children under the age of 12 and led to DENIM creating a kids show at the Edinburgh Festival which was one of the “Top shows to See” according to The Guardian, and which won the WeNightOut award for best Kids show. Denim also performed a secret set with Florence and the Machine at Glastonbury the year that she headlined. DENIM have had sell-out residencies at the Soho Theatre and at Crazy Coqs at London’s Brasserie Zedel throughout 2017.

Following on from the successes of 2017, Denim’s very own Tom Rasmussen (Crystal) and Amrou Al-Kadhi (Glamrou) have been commissioned separately to enter the canon of queer literature with their very own book deals with Ebury and 4th Estate The group are also developing their own mockumentary-style comedy-drama television series with major UK television production company Red Planet Pictures.

These queens know no limits. Denim are represented by Kitty Laing at United Agents.