Gig Review: The Girl Fridas

It was Kurt Cobain who once said: “I like the comfort in knowing that women are the only future in rock and roll.” This prophetic statement heavily applies to a band I’ve long-awaited to see, and they did not disappoint. 


The Girl Fridas, a three-piece, all- girl Melbourne based band rocked the stage at their debut EP launch ‘Love You’ at Public Bar, providing a lively yet interactive performance leaving the audience wanting more. 


The grunge/punk trio forming in late 2013 have accumulated a growing subsequent of fans. Their elasticity of vocals is heavily visceral yet cathartic, they play on instinct and know how to work a crowd. 


Bringing back the 90’s vibe and reminiscence of Bikini Kill and Sleater Kinney, these girls’ uniquely crafted melodies have shaped their image with high hopes for the future of girl bands. 




For more information on these rad specimens check them out here for their latest music and upcoming tours.
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