Punk Rock Pioneer, Alice Bag’s Politically Charged Single Drops w/ Jezebel Today, Debut Solo LP out 6/24

Alice Bag

2nd Single “Poisoned Seed” Revealed Today

Self-Titled Solo Debut LP Released 6/24 on Don Giovanni

Album Release Show July 2 at The Echo in LA
w. Generacion Suicida + Kim and The Created As Support

“Alice Bag is a Latina punk rock pioneer and a product of the same scene that gave us Black Flag
and the Germs.” Stereogum

“On “No Means No,” she’s tapped into an equally youthful sound, finger-wagging about the entitlement that enables rape culture with the kind of spirited humor that bands like Tacocat, T-Rextasy, and Chastity Belt employ as a salve against exploding with rage.” Pitchfork

“As an author, educator, lifelong badass and the leader of The Bags, among many other bands, she’s been a prolific and guiding light for Chicana punks, and … she continues that force-of-nature output with fierce songs of protest and massive shredding.” Jezebel

Photo Credit: Greg Velasquez

Iconic punk rock feminist, author, educator and musician Alice Bag will release her self-titled solo debut album Alice Bag, June 24 on Don Giovanni Records. As with all of Bag’s artistic endeavours, this album is unabashedly honest and unafraid. Alice Bag features all original material written by Bag and includes performances by some of her favorite LA-based musicians.

Poetically biting lyrics set the stage for previously shared, sassy first single “No Means No” and today she shows her moodier, bluesier sound with politically charged “Poisoned Seed” premiered with Jezebel today.

Listen to “Poisoned Seed”:

There will be an album release party on July 2 at The Echo in Bag’s hometown of Los Angeles, CA with support from Generacion Suicida and Kim and The Created. Info and tickets available HERE.

Pre-order Alice Bag: Don Giovanni Website + iTunes

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