This music video is Delight, by the all-women punk band Miami Beach Girls, from Leiden, the Netherlands. It was one of four of their songs, recorded live at a protest concert for keeping a squat music venue open, on 11 September 1981 in Utrecht for the Onutrechtse Toestanden compilation album.
They had been founded in spring 1981 by drummer Saskia (ex-Lou’s), singer Ria (also Cheap ‘n’ Nasty drummer), guitarist Francine and bass player Andrea. Soon, Jeanette joined on keyboard and backing vocals. As this five-piece band, they made their 1981 recordings.
This video is the Miami Beach Girls’ song Tell you what recorded live at the same 1981 Utrecht concert.
On this video (audio really), at 18:35, there is the Miami Beach Girls’ song Screwdriver, recorded live at the Melkweg (Milky Way) in Amsterdam, on 1 September 1983.
That song was also one of two songs in this 1981 video. Compared with then, they had become a three-piece. Francine and Ria had left, and Jeanette had become not only keyboard player but also the lead vocalist. Saskia/Syama was still the drummer. Heleen (1981-1982 Cheap ‘n’ Nasty bass player) had taken over on bass from Andrea in 1982.