Los Angeles based punk rock icon Alice Bag just released “Sister Dynamite,” the second single of her new album Sister Dynamite that is set to release April 24th. The accompanying video to the songs depicts Alice Bag as a feminist superhero, presumably Sister Dynamite, going around town and kicking ass of men objectifying her and other females. The satisfying video pairs perfectly with the tone of the song, as the driving force behind the guitar, bass and drums pushes the take-no-shit attitude of the song.
Last month, Alice Bag made the announced of Sister Dynamite, which will be the fourth solo album released by Bag, following the release of Blueprint in 2018. Additionally, Bag released the first single of the album, “Breadcrumbs,” a powerful, electric-driven piece.
Alice Bag originally rose to prominence in the Los Angeles punk scene in the 1970’s, but has transitioned into an author and feminist activist following her career as the lead singer and co-founder of The Bags, her original punk band. While she still enjoys a successful solo career, she has spent much of her time using her stature as a punk rock icon to promote feminism and equality, and has been a keynote speaker at the Women Who Rock conference in Seattle.
Alice Bag was supposed to tour following the release of her album, but with the coronavirus currently interfering with touring, festivals, and everyday life, the status of her tour will remain up in the air. Check out Alice Bag in her video for “Sister Dynamite” below: