Nazi Pop Twins

Released in 2007, Nazi Pop Twins is a British documentary created by filmmaker James Quinn which see’s Quinn himself traveling to the United States in a bid to investigate the band known as “Prussian Blue”, a pop duo made up of twin sisters Lamb and Lynx Gaede.

The twins themselves originally featured in the documentary Louis and the Nazis  by Louis Theroux back in 2003 and since then have become worldwide poster pinup girls for white pride. They come from an extraordinary family who seem to have a deep prejudice running through them and the twins seem to be their ultimate outlet for spreading their message of hate.

This film follows Lamb and Lynx through a year in their lives and from watching it you really get the sense that the girls have become disinterested in the whole white pride movement and it is not something that they really believe in but rather were pushed into.

The twins toured Europe in the summer of 2007, performing at events for white nationalist organisations but later discontinued the band as their political outlook changed. In 2011 when interviewed by The Daily they were quoted saying the following:

“I’m glad we were in the band,” Lynx said, “but I think we should have been pushed toward something a little more mainstream and easier for us to handle than being front-men for a belief system that we didn’t even completely understand at that time. We were little kids.”

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  1. Their mom seems like a real mess. I feel sorry for the kids. Growing up with a mom like that must make life so scary and confusing.