With visuals out of your favorite indie movie, perhaps inspired a bit by The White Stripes, and audio that sounds like a less commercial + more punk Lady Gaga, the Command Sisters made the music video accompanying their exciting track “I Do What I Want” by themselves on their iPhone during quarantine. Check it out for yourself!

About the Command Sisters

Guitar at the ready, attitude on point, two women walk into the room in red, black, and white… If they stepped out of a frame from a Quentin Tarantino flick, no one would question it. The sister duo—Charlotte and Sarah Command—turn life’s ups and downs into alternative music underpinned by live instrumentation and bold production. From music to fashion, the Toronto band makes a statement with everything they do.
“It started with red,” says Sarah. “I wanted a color that would symbolize the power of our last name, ‘Command.’ Along with love and heartbreak, red resembles boldness. I needed that. For the majority of my life, I wasn’t a very confident person. Then, we embraced black-and-white, because we are a yin and yang, my sister and I. Our look reflects our synergy; the songs that Charlotte writes partnered with the instrumentation I bring. This is our identity.”

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