A triplet girl punk rock band? Who has ever heard of such a thing? Random Ideas is just that. With Lexi Johnson on lead vocals and bass, Kinsey Johnson on guitar and harmony vocals, and Meagan Johnson on drums, this all female punk rock band of triplets is ready to show the world what they’ve got.
Influenced by Green Day, Random Ideas has a high energy punk rock sound, with socially conscious lyrics. They have a lot to say about equality. So when a person in the crowd yells, “Those are girls playing like that!”, it just gives this band even more to write about.
Kinsey, Lexi, and Meagan have taken their music wherever they could find a place to play. They have played in the street, on stage, and they have performed on a moving flatbed truck in parades. They have done benefits, festivals, and won competitions. Random Ideas was named the winner of the 2015 MAMM Slam Battle of the Bands, against other high school bands from throughout the state. At 16, they battled and won against more experienced adults. They have also recorded in studios, and performed for radio events.
All of this experience lead to a feature in Down East Magazine. The next offer came from a local television station. Random Ideas played two originals from their CD, “We Met in the Womb.” Viewer response was immediate. One viewer even shared how supported he felt by their song,”Transform”, a song about being who you are.
Now it’s Kinsey, Lexi, and Meagan’s turn to be who they truly are. Musicians with purpose, drive, and a sound that people connect with. With high school now behind them, this all female punk rock band of triplet girls is ready to transform into a voice for this generation.
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