Of Mice And Women?

Of Mice And Women?

Mo-dettes were an all-female post-punk band, formed in 1979 by guitarist Kate Korris, bassist Jane Crockford, vocalist Ramona Carlier and drummer June Miles-Kingston. Their best-known song is probably their acclaimed debut single for Rough Trade, the lo-fi ditty ‘White Mice’, used recently in a Tate Britain exhibition Women In Revolt! Art, Activism and the Women’s Movement in the UK 1970–1990. The song features as the intro music for a 6-part podcast series in celebration of the exhibition, and as the backing track for the marketing trailer.