Jolly Goods are the sisters Tanno Pippi and Angy Lord. They founded Jolly Goods in a basement in Rimbach, Odenwald (Germany) in 2003. Tanno Pippi sings, plays guitar, piano, and organ.
Angy Lord plays drums, percussion, piano and sings backing vocals. Their music is inspired by Punk, Folk, Shoegaze, Riot Grrrl, Garage, Pop and Noise.
In 2007 they released their debut album „Her.Barium“ on the berlin-based label Louisville Records. 2007 and 2008 Jolly Goods played concerts in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France and Sweden. Including appearances at Volksbühne in Berlin, Palladium in Cologne for WDR Rockpalast, Fleche dor in Paris (FR) and a Girls Rock Festival in Alexandria (Egypt).
In 2010 they became part of the organization and bandcoaching team of Ruby Tuesday Rock Camp for girls, trans * and inter* in Berlin.
In October 2010, Jolly Goods were part of the theatre rock opera „Peaches Does Herself“ by Peaches at HAU Berlin.
In November 2011, their second album „Walrus“ was released on the Berlin label staatsakt. Hans Unstern and Dirk von Lowtzow ( Tocotronic ) were co-producers. Moses Schneider designed the sound. The release was followed by a tour in Germany, Austria and Switzerland with two additional musicians (Simon Bauer & Hans Unstern), who played contrabass, organs and keyboards. Their self-made video for the single „Try“ won the third MuVi prize of „Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen“. In 2012 Jolly Goods played concerts in Canada and the USA.
In 2013 they produced a sound piece for „Killjoys Kastle : A Lesbian Feminist Haunted House“, an art performance and installation project by canadian artist Allyson Mitchell in Toronto, where they performed with 40 other performers.
They are currently recording and producing their third album. Tanno Pippi is also working as an artist, photographer and filmmaker. Angy Lord has a solo project where she plays dark morbid songs on piano and organ ( angy lord fb )
Jolly Goods ©Noam Rosenthal