Premiere: The Ironing Maidens drop trippy video for Strike While The Iron Is Hot

Premiere: The Ironing Maidens drop trippy video for Strike While The Iron Is Hot

The electronic duo continue to spread their message through bangers.

Earlier this week we introduced you to Queensland duo The Ironing Maidens and their debut EP, Electro House Wife. Through a series of super fun electro tracks the two tackle issues surrounding women's roles in the world, or as they say, "a homage to house music and a call to arms for the housewife!​" Following on from the EP's release, they've unveiled a new video clip for one of their deeper tracks, Strike While The Iron Is Hot, "A metaphorical play on the iron as an iconic symbol of women's work, the lyrics of this track explore the notion of falling in love with our own technology, our own liberation and not caring what the neighbours think!"

Check it out below, and if you're in Queensland they're more than likely playing at a Laundromat near you very soon - check the full run of dates down below.

TOUR DATES:

Fri 15 Jun - Kirra Beach Quickie-mat Laundromat, Gold Coast

Sat 16 Jun - Morningside Laundromat, Brisbane

Tue 19 Jun - The Cotton Tree Laundry, Maroochydore

Thu 21 Jun - Ezee Laundromat, Bundaberg

Fri 22 Jun - Barbie Jean’s Laundry Clean, Boyne Island

Sat 23 Jun - Super Clean Laundromat, Rockhampton

Mon 25 Jun - Dougz Sudz, Mackay

Tue 26 Jun - Australian Laundries, Townsville

Fri 29 Jun - The Laundry Express + After Party @ Three Wolves, Cairns

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