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The Priscillas

The Priscillas
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Jenny Drag (singing), Guri Go-Go (axe), Kate Kannibal (the bass), Hege Hotpants (the drums) have released two singles (Gonna Rip Up Your Photograph/Brain Surgeon and All My Friends Are Zombies) and one mini album on CD (Aloha From Holloway) on Damaged Goods (Holly Golightly, The Headcoatees, The Manic Street Preachers, The Buzzcocks, and Billy Childish). The two sell-out singles were played on Radio 1, BBC 6Music, Xfm, and WFMU. The girls have also played sessions for Marc Riley on BBC 6Music, have been interviewed on 6Music's breakfast show twice, plus sessions for Resonance FM, and WFMU in New York.

The band's Technicolor mayhem videos have been on heavy rotation at every Topshop in Europe, and Photograph won the accolade of being voted in the shops top 40 videos of the year.

The band has toured extensively, wowing crowds with their legendary live revue all glitter, smiles, and sweat - and have gained plaudits across the UK, in the USA, Spain, France, Holland, Belgium, Norway, Ireland, and Switzerland. They've played festivals from Benidorm's Wild Weekend to Glastonbury, Leeds Carling Weekend, Bestival, The Big Chill, Lost Vagueness, and Ireland's Electric Picnic. They have played with bands including The Cramps, The Damned, Art Brut, The Subways, The Rezillos, The Monks, The 5,6,7,8s, and were once supported by James Blunt.
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