The bizarre world of Queen Zee has rapidly become more than just cult fascination. Whether for the visceral live show, aesthetic assault or sloppy glamour, all has helped characterise what NME have called “the most eye catching act in the country”. Self-titled debut Queen Zee pushed Zee from the backroom cult obsession into the veins of mainstream, appearing twice at BBC Maida Vale for Radio One,
earning Album of the Week and a host of rave reviews, including Wonderland who named the band “the most vitally important band around”. Starting as a bedroom project of front person Zee (Zena Davine), Queen Zee has grown out of Birkenhead’s punk scene into a full fledged kicking and screaming “Rocky Horror Picture Show on steroids” according to Radio One.