The group Prussian Blue consists of Lamb and
Lynx Gaede, thirteen-year old, blonde-haired,
blue-eyed twins. They have released two CDs.
The first is entitled Fragment of the Future
and the second The Path We Choose. Since emerging
on the national scene, this duo has earned negative
attention from mainstream America and positive
attention from the far right-wing movement.
Prussian Blue prides themselves on loving their
race, white people. The girls perform songs
that represent their white supremacist beliefs.
They are daughters of National Vanguard writer
and activist April Gaede. These girls are innocent,
angelic-looking girls who are highly vocal about
their pro-white stance. Rich Lindstrom, the
Northeast Regional Coordinator of National Vanguard,
a racist, anti-Semitic organization, believes
that the girls are breaking new ground and will
encourage the creation of an entirely new genre
of pro-white music.
The girls play original music. Lynx plays the
violin, Lamb plays the guitar, and they both
sing. They say that they play music that their
peers would like to hear and that has valuable
messages for other white people. Prussian Blue
believes that the white race is in trouble because
there aren’t enough pure white babies
being born today. The girls say that there isn’t
anything wrong with being proud of being white.
They want to help others understand that love
for one’s race is beautiful and worth
Although I agree that everyone should be proud
of their race and of the family into which they
were born, Prussian Blue’s messages are
troubling. Their messages encourage people to
think of white people as superior to people
of other races. They also praise historical
figures who practiced genocide, such as Nazi
Rudolph Hess. The girls also say that they admire
people who fight to keep the races of the world
pure. Finally, they seemed to be using their
innocent image to attract an unsuspecting audience.
They sometime perform at civic events without
alerting promoters of the nature of their music.
Prussian Blue relays these messages in their
songs and state that the only real problem is
that other people say that their beliefs are
a problem. In their song, Not a Problem, they
there’s not a problem
the way I was raised
not a problem
2004 Prussian Blue)
With that being said, Prussian Blue’s
music is definitely worth being examined. Important
questions should be asked: Is it okay to believe
that people of various races should be separate?
Is Prussian Blue simply “celebrating their
race” or are they advocating something
else? What are the implications of Prussian