Psychords, Sex Pissed Dolls, women punk rockers

This music video from England says about itself:

Psychords performing [their song] I Wanna Live Like Joey Ramone, Live! on the Arena Stage at Rebellion Festival in the Winter Gardens, Blackpool. Friday 4th August 2017.

This blog blogged earlier about (mostly) female punk rock musicians, inspired by, or tribute bands to, the Ramones; often called the Ramonas or similar names.

Another band like that are the Psychords, three women from Italy featured in the video above.

This music video from England says about itself:


The Sex Pissed Dolls formed at the end of 2014 with Nancy Doll (vocals), Kitty Vacant (guitar), Connie Rotter (guitar), Jilly Idol (bass) and Anna Key (drums) playing the punk songs that they all love. In 2015 they took on the massive 50 plus date “Never Needed Bollocks” tour playing venues all over the country and receiving fantastic reviews. 2015 also saw the rising of “The Dolls Barmy Army”, an ever-growing legion of fans who loyally follow the girls from gig to gig.

In 2016 the girls stomp off on their “Daughters of Anarchy” tour which included the opening set at The Isle of Wight Festival. The Dolls have very quickly become one of the must see live bands of the moment. Now writing and performing original material and planning to release their debut album later this year it’s going to be an exciting Rock and Rollercoaster 2016.

That video was a Ramones song. They also cover Sex Pistols songs; the Sex Pistols from whom they derived their name.

This music video from England says about itself:

The Sex Pissed Dolls performing God Save The Queen Live! at Wolverhampton’s Robin 2 in Bilston. Saturday 5th September 2015.

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