Kurt Cobain’s Daughter Caught Lip Syncing Bad Song

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Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain looks beautiful in a new video where she and a stunning friend are lip syncing a bad pop song. The song is lousy, but they look great doing it! Frances Bean was recently photographed in an incredible bathing suit. Frances Bean Cobain is preparing to record and release her rumored debut solo album, but her father was likely listening to very different music ahead of his debut album with Nirvana, Bleach.

Kurt Cobain said, via a recent Yahoo article on Bleach’s 30th anniversary, “I was aware of punk in, like, ’78, ’79, through reading Creem magazine, but I was only, like, 12 at the time and was too young to find [punk] — especially living in Aberdeen, Wash. But I always felt that I wanted to get into it. Then in ’83 I finally found some people who had some punk rock. I met the Melvins, who made me a few compilation tapes. The first punk rock song I heard was ‘Damage II’ by Black Flag.”

Krist Novoselic added, “[Kurt] hung around my brother. He was a cool guy, and he gave me [the Fecal Matter demo] that him and Dale from the Melvins made of these songs that Kurt wrote. I listened to it and got really excited, like, “Whoa, this is really cool. Hey man, let’s start a band.” He played guitar, so he had a guitar and amp, but I borrowed a bass and bass amp. We found a drummer with this junky drum set and we started hammering out some stuff. In two weeks we had a bunch of songs, like ‘Floyd the Barber’ and the first song I heard on that tape was ‘Spank Through.'”

Frances Bean Cobain was recently filmed screaming at Disneyland. Frances Bean also recently posted on her Instagram story, “…only one who has risked the fight with the dragon and is not overcome by it wins the hoard, the ‘treasure hard to attain.’ He alone has a genuine claim to self-confidence, for he has faced the dark ground of his self and thereby has gained himself. This experience gives some faith and trust…

in the ability of the self to sustain him, but everything that menaced him from inside he has made his own. He has acquired the right to believe that he will be able to overcome all future threats by the same means. He has arrived at an inner certainty which makes him capable of self-reliance.” (Carl Jung, The Symbolic Life)