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Listen To This All-Female Band Add Some ‘60s Surf Rock Flair To Britney Spears’ ‘Toxic’

"This is SO RAD."

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We've heard Britney Spears's "Toxic" remixed a number of different ways: Ashley Tisdale and Christopher French's acoustic cover, Madonna's rendition, Postmodern Jukebox's vintage cover, and more. 

But we've never heard it done like The Surfrajettes, a surf rock band from Toronto who covered the 2003 hit back in April in their own unique style. Dressed in white go-go boots and retro gold mini dresses, the four-person band covered the song in such a way that's transported us back in time to that 1960s beach party we've always wanted to attend. 

The entirely instrumental cover features Surfragettes Nicole Damoff and Shermy Freeman on guitar, Sarah Butler on bass, and Anna Liebel on drums. 

"This is SO RAD," one listener commented on a video of the performance, uploaded to YouTube. 

"This is unbelievable. I'm so glad I found you ladies! This is genuinely the coolest, you look PHENOMENAL and you sound incredible. So good," another person wrote. 

You can check it all out in the video below:

(H/T: Pop Sugar


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