Pentina’t Lula is a riot grrrl band formed by Lula Thomas and the sisters Anna and Laia Pantinat. Their influences go from the 60s garage punk to the new (and no) wave from the 80s. But what makes it really special is them natural skills for melody on top of iconic influences such as Nina Hagen or Siouxsie and the Banshees. Like a born-again version of Fuzzbox, Lene Lovich, the B-52’s or Devo, Pentina’t Lula can transform the blues into a eurodisco song, and vice versa!
Pentina’t Lula colaborate with several feminist collectives, for instance the Asociación de Autoras de Cómic, the Ladyfest or Hits With Tits, and they also participate on several contemporary creation formats with pieces that combine text and music performance (at Festival Embarrat, at Konvent Paraula, and at Poesia i +).
Furthermore, Anna Pantinat is an extraordinary poet, having won the Joan Duch de Juneda Prize, the Ventura y Gassol Prize, and the 2nd E-Poemas de La Vanguardia Prize with her books Construcción de la noche (Fonoll, 2013) and De repente, un verano (Burka, 2012).