Kleenex was a punk band from Zürich, Switzerland that was led by and consisted mostly of young women. They made remarkable music out of a few basic chords, some English words and phrases chosen more for sound than significance, and, above all, their own experiences of fun, danger and desire. After Kimberly-Clark, the makers of Kleenex® tissues, threatened to sue, the band changed its name to LiLiPUT.
Marlene Marder played saxophone in the ’77 Swiss punk band the Nasal Boys, and she was in the audience at Kleenex’s first show the following year. At that show, Kleenex consisted of bassist Klaudia... Read More
Rock, Post Punk, No Wave
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