Their brilliant new release Seattle (inspired by the city of that name) is now out in the wild – you can listen to it on Bandcamp. Now, Sydney’s Bloods have come up with this wild and enjoyable video for Girls Are Just Fucking Cool Like That from the EP.

Certainly, MC, Dirk, and Mike speak their minds in a forthright and very enjoyable manner. But it’s in a way that’s so catchy and riotous that it’s easy to see how they’ve supported acts as diverse as Veruca Salt, Sleater-Kinney, and Peaches.

The song opens with the lines, “Well, I had a baby, and I’m not dead, no matter what you say, Yeah she is amazing, but it’s ok I’ve still got dreams inside my head.” Allied to grunge meets classic indie guitars and tub-thumping percussion, the band focuses the intense power and drive of the arrangement into pushing the lyrics and vocals upfront. They make sure you get a track you can sing along to while the band gets a very timely message across. Punky with a sense of purpose – that’s Girls Are Just Fucking Cool Like That!

Talking about the song Bloods’ Marihuzka Cornelius AKA MC says: about the track, “I wrote this song because I think women are so resilient and they don’t get enough credit for that resilience. It’s a song that celebrates our badass-ness. This is a song dedicated to women who get up every day and say ‘fuck you, I’ll do what I want’ despite societal pressures or institutional and subversive racism/ageism/sexism. “

She adds, “Women who don’t see themselves represented and work in the face of that to chip through that concrete ceiling. This is a song for women who stretch beyond societies’ pre-conceptions of who they should be, where they fit or what role they should play. This is an anthem for intersectional feminism.”

Be sure to check the trio out over on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, where you can get to know about the band and their music.

Bloods’ Girls Are Just Fucking Cool Like That is out now and available to stream or download on all major platforms, including Spotify.

Oh, and be sure to check out their reclaiming of the legendary Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others, which also features on the Seattle EP.