Poison Girls

By Oliver Hall

 

        The Poison Girls was the English anarcho-punk band led by Vi Subversa, a 42-year-old mother when the band formed in 1977. Her teenage children, Gem Stone and Pete Fender, had their own punk band called Fatal Microbes and later formed Rubella Ballet. Poison Girls was closely associated with Crass and the two bands frequently played together and collaborated.

 

         The Poison Girls’ first release was the split EP Fatal Microbes Meet the Poison Girls (1979... Read More

Genre:
Rock, Punk, Post Punk
City Of Origin:
Brighton, United Kingdom
Formed Date:
1976
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