The Stomping Ground Club presents the Queen's of Rock'n'Roll
The Priscillas (UK) + The Urges + Stagger Lee + Love Action DJ Set.
@ The Voodoo Lounge Dublin
Friday May 18th.
Tickets: 15 Euro B4 9.15pm & 16 Euro After.

Press Release:

The UK Queen's of Rock'n'Roll "The Priscillas" make a welcomed return to Ireland after their triumphant Electric Picnic performance in 2005 to play their first ever Dublin show on Friday May 18th 2007 @ The Voodoo Lounge Dublin. Support on the night comes from "The Urges" & " Stagger Lee".

“A bag full of attitude so big you’d have trouble getting it on as hand luggage, The Priscillas are staking their claim as London’s foremost queens of rock ‘n’ roll.” NME

“They’re The Cramps, The Shangri-Las and the New York Dolls all rolled into one.” Kerrang Magazine

“All hail The Priscillas, queens of the comb age.” i-D Magazine

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Formed two years ago, The Priscillas have gained an awesome live reputation. Their shows leave audiences with huge grins, humming their catchier-than-flu tunes. They’re not just the best all-girl band in the UK, but among the best bands in the country full stop. They make music to make the heart soar, the feet tap, and the jaw drop. On the cusp of rock n roll, punk and pop, they balance perfectly sweet tunes, sarky attitude, and romper stomping beats.

Shows with newer bands such as Art Brut, The Pipettes, The Subways, and, uh, James Blunt have thrown their talents into sharp relief. And they’ve mined the experience of supporting all-time heroes such as The Damned, The Cramps, The Seeds, The Monks, and The

They’ve played in the USA, Spain, France, Holland, Belgium, Norway, Ireland, and Switzerland. Festival appearances include show-storming performances at Glastonbury & The Electric Picnic (Ireland). And they’ve notched up a series of radio show sessions with Marc Riley and Phill Jupitus as well as being played on Radio 1, Xfm & Kerrang!

Their second single, All My Friends Are Zombies was used on a trailer for CBBC that was aired on prime time BBC1. Their legendarily audacious videos have been on heavy rotation in Topshops across Europe.