Eve Libertine is best known for her role as co-lead vocalist in Crass the seminal anarchist punk band who, in the late '70s, launched a cultural attack on all social fronts; God, Queen and Country.
Libertine wrote and performed most of the songs on the group's third album, Penis Envy, (1981) which concentrated exclusively on feminist issues, complex musical arrangements, as well as exclusively female vocals by Eve Libertine and Joy De Vivre.
After the dissolution of Crass in 1984,
Libertine trained briefly as a classical singer and then went on to release her first post-Crass album, 'Skating the Side of Violence'. with Nemo Jones.
Last Amendment (formerly known as The Crass Collective and Crass Agenda) is the working title of a series of collaborations by ex-members of the anarcho-punk band Crass and others. Featuring Penny Rimbaud, Gee Vaucher, Eve Libertine, Steve Ignorant, Andy Palmer and Phil Wright.
On 19 November 2011 Eve made a guest appearance at Steve Ignorant's "The Last Supper" where they were joined on stage by Penny Rimbaud.
Baby Fire is an all-female trio from Bruxelles strings are rough, the melodies catchy, the voices enthralled.
Eve Libertine performs gigs in Antwerp and Amsterdam in 2016 as a guest vocalist of Baby Fire.
Eve Libertine visual artist, illustrator and writer is set to release a live recital performance of Jack Kerouac's poem 'Sea', on 25th January 2019 on One Little Indian Records.
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