Grand Theft Video recorded LIVE in FLTIQ Studios, Berlin.

Check out our new LIVE music video for Grand Theft from the album Stop Talking.

We recorded the video live in our new practice space in Berlin-Neukölln. This self organised artist space is located in Berlin-Neukölln. Between December 2014 and May 2015 the collective built and equipped two practice rooms, now home to over 40 musicians in women, lesbian, trans, inter and queer-centred bands.

As you may know we had a baby in 2015. And while we played some shows over the last played a few shows in late pregnancy (Monarch and Südblock, Berlin) and when she was small (Ladyfest Kassel, soli shows for Abortion Support Network etc.) aswell as a trip to Lithuania to play at Sapfofest we have been mostly caring for her. Now we are ready to make some more noise! Expect more videos in February and March and a new live set from us.

Thank you for supporting us this far and we look forward to seeing you in 2017.

xo Maebh and Dave

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About yom

Maebh Murphy grew up in Waterford, Ireland and lives in Berlin, Germany. As a teenager, she participated in outreach programmes by Waterford Youth Arts and developed a taste for writing, acting, directing, dance and theatre. At Trinity College, Dublin she studied English Literature and Drama Studies. In 2006 she was a founding member of the "audiodetour" project, making mp3 choreographed audio guides in Dublin, Edinburgh, Berlin and New York. In 2007 she formed the band You're Only Massive, who have released several records on vinyl, cassette and itunes and played concerts in Europe and North America. Since 2011 she have been working with Ruby Tuesday e.v. Berlin as a band coach, instrument coach and organizer of music camps for people discriminated against on the basis of gender, and is currently in the process of setting up Girls* Rock! Ireland. She is a catalyst of Project Arts Centre, Dublin. Interests include electronic music, synthesizers, feminism, classism, the girls rock movement and veganism.

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