No creo en la vil mentira de la tierra de libertad, no hay libertad.”

adelitas

Members:
Santa – vocals
Nick – guitar, vocals
Kerrie – bass
Bourgee – drums

Music:
adelitas.bandcamp.com

History:
Adelit@s is a Portland OR-based anarcho-hardcore-punk band driven by alternating female-male vocals in Spanish influenced by Latin American revolutionary music.   The band formed in 2006 with a few acoustic guitars and covers of old punk songs from Argentina and Spain and soon settled into its lineup for the first 5 years with Santa singing, Nick on guitar and vocals, Bourgee Jezis playing drums, and Brenna on bass.  In Spring 2011 Kerrie joined on bass.  The name Adelitas comes from a popular Mexican folk song and refers to the women who organized and took up arms during the Mexican Revolution. In this spirit the lyrics have focused on struggles around the border, immigration, and popular social movements that threaten the status quo.  Que viva el punk revolucionario!

Discography

No Hay Descanso – LP

Release Date:
July, 2009

Packaging and Media:
Black 12″ vinyl

Llama Viva De La Rabia – LP

Release Date:
February, 2010

Packaging and Media:
100 on 12″ red vinyl. 350 on black vinyl.
Limited Edition: 50 with screen printed jacket.

Adelit@s / Kohosh – Split

Release Date:
January, 2012

Packaging and Media:
300 on 12″ red vinyl.
Limited edition: 50 with screen printed jacket.

Contact the Band

Name: Adelit@s

Location: Portland, OR

Year Formed: 2006

Current lineup: Santa-vocals, Nick-Guitar, vocals, Kerrie-bass, Bourgee-drums

Bio: Adelit@s is a Portland OR-based anarcho-hardcore-punk band driven by alternating female-male vocals in Spanish influenced by Latin American revolutionary music.   The band formed in 2006 with a few acoustic guitars and covers of old punk songs from Argentina and Spain and soon settled into its lineup for the first 5 years with Santa singing, Nick on guitar and vocals, Bourgee Jezis playing drums, and Brenna on bass.  In Spring 2011 Kerrie joined on bass.  The name Adelitas comes from a popular Mexican folk song and refers to the women who organized and took up arms during the Mexican Revolution. In this spirit the lyrics have focused on struggles around the border, immigration, and popular social movements that threaten the status quo.  Que viva el punk revolucionario!


UPCOMING SHOWS:

No shows booked at the moment.