Lisa Prank may be the lo-fi pop-punk single task of Seattle-based vocalist/songwriter Robin Edwards. Following break up of her prior band, Lust-Cats from the Gutters, Edwards started tinkering with a single setup that included playing electric guitar live plus a Roland MC-505 drum machine. Functioning initial out of her hometown of Denver, Colorado, she was lured by close friends and fellow punk eccentrics Tacocat to relocate to Seattle, where she released her debut as Lisa Prank. Released on cassette by That Summertime Feeling Information, 2014’s Crush in the Globe highlighted five quirky first monitors in Prank’s minimalist design, which she’s referred to as “baby sitter punk” and “Trapper Keeper pop punk.” She also included a cover of blink-182’s “Dammit (Developing Up).” Travels with rings like Tacocat, Waxahatchee, and Childbirth implemented, and by 2016 she acquired signed with Dad/Daughter Information. Her debut full-length, Adult Teenager, found its way to June of this year.