I remember hearing about them years ago. Considering how they grew up I think you have to cut them some slack.Lamb and Lynx Gaede, the dimpled tween rockers whose Nazi-themed pop band, Prussian Blue, sparked an exuberant media firestorm several years back have grown up and had a change of heart.
Im not a white nationalist anymore, Lamb told The Daily in an exclusive interview, the twins first in five years. My sister and I are pretty liberal now.
Personally, I love diversity, Lynx seconded. Im stoked that we have so many different cultures. I think its amazing and it makes me proud of humanity every day that we have so many different places and people.
Now 19, they both still speak in a disarmingly girlish singsong. Their message, however, was not always so sweet. In 2006, the sisters, who formed the band at the suggestion of White Nationalist leader William Pierce, drew international notoriety with songs like Hate for Hate: Lamb Near the Lane, a dreamy folksong cowritten by Lamb and the late David Lane, a member of the violent terrorist splinter cell The Order, who was then serving 190 years in prison for his involvement in the murder of Jewish talk show host Alan Berg in 1984 (he and Lamb were pen pals).