Mother Mother is a Canadian indie rock band from British Columbia. The band was originally named "Mother" but they later changed their name to "Mother Mother".
Mother Mother currently consists of: Ryan Guldemond (guitar and vocals), Molly Guldemond (keyboard and vocals), Jasmin Parkin (keyboard and vocals), Mike Young (bass), and Ali Siadat (drums).
- Mother (2005)
- Touch Up (2007; a re-release of "Mother" with new songs)
- O My Heart (2008)
- Eureka (2011)
- The Sticks (2012)
- Very Good Bad Thing (2014)
- No Culture (2017)
- Dance and Cry (2018)
This band provides examples of:
- Crossdresser: The first verse in "Verbatim" describes a man who likes wearing women's underwear.
- From New York to Nowhere: "Dirty Town" is about someone moving from their town to live on a farm in the country.
- Self-Harm: In "Oh Ana", the protagonist mentions cutting their wrists.
- Stalker Without a Crush: "Neighbor" is about a voyeuristic, stalker neighbor.
- The Tragic Rose: "Little Pistol" makes symbolic references to roses and burning roses.
- Weight Woe: The most common interpretation of "Oh Ana" is that it's about an anorexic person dealing with their illness.