“Lola” is turning 50 – New Kinks Cover

Hello everyone

Today The Kinks’ hit song “Lola” is turning 50 years old, and the Davies brothers have declared it #LolaDay today.

Ray Davies and his girlfriend Karen invited us to record our own cover version if this iconic song. OF COURSE, we were on board, how could we not? We love this song, we love The Kinks, we love this album.

There is something so unorthodox, unapologetic and poetically blunt about The Kinks’ music. The predecessor to punk. Untamed yet melodic, introspective, witty and observational in the most creative, captivating way. Nothing gives you a more vivid picture of parts of British culture than diving into a Kinks album. Their song “Waterloo Sunset” in our opinion is one of the most beautiful songs EVER written. We love these guys.

We hope we did this song proud and that you enjoy our take on this absolute classic. Please leave a comment underneath the video (on YouTube or on our website post) and share your thoughts with us.

Also don’t forget to check out The Kinks’ social media channels like Facebook and Twitter today and join the #LolaDay celebrations!

More Kinks …

We also did another exclusive Kinks cover for the MLT Club: A Duo Session version of “Tired Of Waiting”, another one of our favourite Kinks tunes!

We upload at least two pieces of exclusive content to the MLT Club every week (photos, videos, interviews, Q&As, vlogs, …) so if you are interested in seeing and hearing more you can become a member here: https://monalisa-twins.com/mltclub/

You can also make use of the coupon code Month50 for 50% off your first month or code Year10 for 10% off a yearly membership ♥

We hope that wherever you are, you, your family, friends and community are doing well. With so much unfolding and changing at the same time, we really hope that we will all come out of this on the better side … more united, more knowledgeable, more compassionate and stronger.

Music has gotten us through the best but also the worst of times. We hope we can add some tunes to your life’s soundtrack, whatever your own story and battles may look like. Thanks for allowing us to be with you ♥

Take care and stay groovy,
Mona & Lisa

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1 month ago

I like this phrase 🙂

John Murphy
John Murphy
2 years ago

Where can I purchase the song Lola? You ladies are awesome and your version rocks!

Roberto Carlos Brigliadori
Roberto Carlos Brigliadori
2 years ago

Adorei o estilo destas irmãs!
Virei fã incondicional!
Elas são maravilhosamente sensacionais e únicas!!!

Deirdre Sutherland
Deirdre Sutherland
2 years ago

I love the genres you have chosen. I grew up with this generation of music and whilst I love the raw raunchiness of early Links, I am enjoying your refreshing new take.

Rick Twomey
2 years ago

I love that Papa Rudi joined in on this video…I mean you know with a classic like Lola everybody wants part of the action…LOL…Good to see you Rudi !!

Bill Isenberg
Bill Isenberg
2 years ago

The coolest thing about Video’s from the Mona Lisa Twins? How well done they are. What ever the song is, you ladies do it right, outfits, background, showing the cords your playing on the guitars, etc…which is great so i can learn to play these songs, but these video’s are first class and you make it fun to watch and on this video Lola, which i have been playing a lot since you released it, i am clapping right along with you both and the energy is awesome! I got such a good feeling watching you ladies play your music. Thank you so much!!

Norm Siegel
Norm Siegel
2 years ago

I truly love ya guys! Here, ion the US, there is a plethora of “cover bands” that can stick to arrangements and produce sounds that are equal to are BETTER than the originals. Here is one of the best, Foxes and Fossils, presenting Linda Rondstadt’s version of I Can’t Let Go. LAte 60’s-early 70’s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-EpGKXmoe4

The band consists of the following: Toby Remart on guitar, Tim Purcell on keys, guitrar and vocals, Sammy Purcell, vocals and Tim’s Daugther, Johnny Pike on drums, Maggie Adams on vocals, and Scott King on bass and vocals. They have almost 100 videos on YouTube. Perhaps I whosuld also include their very first video, so you can see where they came from and their growth. I love them and their music as much as I love you ladies!


Peace, Love and music from the US to you”!

Robert Bieniek
2 years ago


Michael Rife
2 years ago

There are two urban legends about this song that have been floating around and no one is “fessin’ up” to it. One story goes that one of the roadies for the Kinks bumped into Lola while on tour. The second story is that Ray bumped into Lola while on the road. One or the other or neither could be true. It has long been one of my favorite songs because it was the background music for something at the time. Also, the Kinks falls right behind the Beatles as my favorite English group. Mike.

Paula Moore
2 years ago

Thoroughly enjoyed that. Great vocals. Tired of waiting also was one of my favourites. Reminds me when I used to fancy a young man in them days and that song always use to get played . Good memories comes with it.

Thomas Randall
Reply to  Paula Moore
2 years ago

One of my other old Kinks favorites is “Sunny Afternoon”. I’d love to hear the girls do that one!

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