Punk legend Alice Bag (of The Bags and more) recently released her new solo album Blueprint on Don Giovanni, including the pay gap-battling song "77" which features comparatively newer but just as legendary punks Kathleen Hanna (Bikini Kill, etc) and Allison Wolfe (Bratmobile, etc). Alice celebrated the record with a release show at The Echo in LA on Saturday (4/7), and both Kathleen and Allison joined her on stage to play that song, along with Le Butcherettes singer Teri Gender Bender. The whole thing was as awesome as it sounds like it was. Watch a video below.

You can also watch the song's official music video, which stars Kathleen, Allison, Seth Bogart (Hunx and His Punx) and Shirley Manson (Garbage), below.

Speaking of cool Kathleen Hanna collaborations, she's on the new War On Women album Capture The Flag, which comes out on Bridge 9 this Friday (4/13) and is streaming now. War On Women are also touring, including an appearance at the just-announced The Fest.

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