It’s been a few months, so it seems like it’s time for me to gush about Wild Flag again. The indie rock supergroup features members of ’90s favorites Sleater-Kinney, Helium, and The Minders. They also will cure all that ails you.
Nostalgic for the 90s? Their sound will instantly take you back.
Feeling down about the lack of women in rock? Guitarists Carrie Brownstein and Mary Timony will restore your faith in the ability of women to shred.
Feeling like you’re getting too old for music? All these woman are approaching (or over) 40, and cooler than you’ll (or I’ll) ever be.
The group played a fantastic set at Coachella this weekend (and last weekend), and the festival caught some great video of their performance. Here they are closing their set with “Romance,” off their 2011 self-titled debut.
Watch for: Carrie Brownstein windmilling it at 3:33
You want to watch this video again, don’t you? Don’t feel guilty. I watched it on the live feed last Sunday, and I’ve probably watched it 20 times since then. It’s magic every time.
Need a little more Wild Flag? You can also watch them playing “Electric Band” at Coachella below.
Watch for: how badass Mary Timony looks playing guitar with bracelets, red nails, and a big pink ring. It’s like an advertisement for Girls Rock Camp.