The nice things people say about us 😀
"Playing pop-y, queer, folk punk at its finest this all girl band from the San Francisco area is fun in a weird way and weird in a fun way. Incorporating kazoos and moaning sound effects, being funny and satirical is their way of joyously celebrating being queer, being alive and just having a pretty good time."
"Oh dear sweet ghost of Patsy Cline, what have I gotten myself into…"
"Polythene Pam have been breaking down barriers since their inception. The trio of Jenn Cuddigan, Anna Dickinson, and Coda Gardner were, as far as I can tell, the first group of trans women to perform at the San Francisco Dyke March. In the Bay Area music scene, they have consistently created spaces to perform where there weren’t, booked artists, and championed their friends, all the while putting out some of the coolest, quirkiest folk-pop with a country bent that the queer scene has to offer. I’m proud to call them my pals and was pleased to interview them for Country Queer..."
"The most recent release ‘Just Listen’ from the queer trans folk punk trio Polythene Pam is a refreshing burst of humor, self deprecation, goofiness, and damn good songwriting the likes of which I haven’t heard in years. Band members Anna, Coda, & Jen create unique, sensitive, and whimsical songs that – based on the audience at their album release show on June 7th – leave people feeling hopeful, smiling, and feeling good about coming together – something we all could use more of in the world..."
"...with song titles like 'Middle Age Transexual Theme Song' and 'Invertible Penis,' you know that you're in for something a little bit different."