|Origin||Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States|
|Genres||Punk rock, riot grrrl, dance-punk|
|Labels||Tardigrade, Unnecessary Friction, Guilt Ridden Pop|
Kitten Forever is a Minneapolis-based feminist punk trio. The all-woman band formed in June 2006 and includes Corrie Harrigan, Laura Larson, and Liz Elton. Reviler described them as a trio who "collapse pop melodies underneath fuzzy, broken-speaker bass and chaotic drumming, all held together by glue and safety pins vocals that bring to mind the kinetic energy and art-punk attitude of Karen O."
Kitten Forever released their first album, Born Ready, in 2008. In July 2013, they released their second full-length album, Pressure, which they promoted on their RIDE OR DIE WITCH NO BUMMER SUMMER: NOTHING'S BETTER THAN FRIENDS TOUR. The album was recorded at Ecstattic Studios by Ali Jaafar and included the single "Famous Friends".
- Corrie Harrigan (drums)
- Laura Larson (bass)
- Liz Elton (vocals)
- Fat Crush (2007)
- Magical Realism (2009)
- Born Ready (2008)
- Pressure (2013)
- 7 Hearts (2016)
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In Kitten Forever I use whatever bass guitar and amp is lying around the basement, along with a Boss Overdrive/Distortion guitar pedal.
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