Lu and Robin of Vaginapocalypse singing out loud
Vaginapocalypse

Vaginapocalypse - difficult to get your tongue around - deliver spirited folk-punk with grit, wit and harmonies, or "sleazy-listening meets riot cow" as they would have it.  Vaginapocalypse formed in early 2012 in Three Cocks and have been gigging ever since. Now based in Bromyard, Herefordshire, essentially they are an acoustic guitar and two complementary voices but sometimes they are supplemented by a double bass, cajón and violin provided by members of Alula Down and other friends, often associated with the Weirdshire collective. They perform their own songs and some traditional folk ones. Their own songs are the best however with the scabrous  'Scrumpy Twats' a particular favourite.

 

 

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