Dream Wife, the biggest badass band in the UK at the moment, have been pioneering the badassery it takes to make a statement against the normalcy of sexual harassment in our culture, more specifically in the music industry.

Me too. We need to talk about this. #metoo

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Dream Wife released Somebody before we started
seeing the avalanche of the #metoo social media posts
following the Harvey Weinstein allegations.

They've been performing all over the UK,
closing down the tour with a sold out prom
night at London's iconic Scala.


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@dreamwifetheband performing at @scalaldn #london #live #music #gig #gigphoto

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– iconic –

Dream Wife don't only make the statements – they make sure their audience feels safe during their live performances.

In what must be the first of its kind activist group Girls Against, Dream Wife have decided that sexual harassment is not tolerated at their shows.

They've partnered with a photographer who takes stunning photos of their audience of bad bitches, shown in the linked piece by The Line of Best Fit.

Oh, and to top it off: they've announced their debut album.

Congrats to Dream Wife 
rockstars and activists
for continued ass-kickin 

playlist 'badass bitches' – inspired by Dream Wife