Daffodildos are a force to be reckoned with, and their debut single “No Pride” is a punk masterpiece that’s equal parts catchy and confrontational. Hailing from Brighton, the queer-trans punk trio is on a mission to challenge the status quo and have a blast doing it.

“No Pride” is a scathing critique of the commercialization of Pride, with singer/guitarist Emily Flea’s shouty vocals and Annie von Flange’s frenetic drums delivering a furious takedown of the hypocrisy that surrounds the LGBTQIA+ community. It’s a punk classic in the making, with a chorus that’s impossible to get out of your head.

But what sets Daffodildos apart is their commitment to using their platform to speak truth to power. They’re not afraid to tackle tough issues like sobriety, veganism, and the stigma and abuse that the LGBTQIA+ community faces every day. And yet, despite the seriousness of their message, they never lose sight of the fact that punk rock is supposed to be fun.

With “No Pride”, Daffodildos are leading the charge against the mainstreaming of Pride, and it’s a call to arms that’s impossible to ignore. So raise your middle fingers high, and get ready to join the revolution. As the Daffs themselves would say, “We’re here, we’re queer, and we’re never gonna disappear!””

Daffodildos are more than just a band – they’re a community, a family bound together by their passion for punk and their commitment to creating a better world. With their neon-painted misfit style and their unapologetic attitude, they’re the perfect antidote to the commercialized, watered-down punk that’s flooding the airwaves. They’re the real deal, and “No Pride” is just the beginning.

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