Prussian Blue, the Nazi-themed pop band that created a media frenzy in the mid-2000s, have outgrown their White Nationalist phase and changed their tune to saccharine singsong. "My sister and I are pretty liberal now," said Lamb Gaede, now 19, who heads up the band with her twin sister, Lynx. "Personally, I love diversity," Lynx added. Though Prussian Blue was never on the pop charts, several years back they were known as "the new face of hate" and were even profiled in GQ. The girls were all about fascist, anti-Semitic chic, having been home-schooled by their mother April Gaed, a prominent figure in racist groups like the National Alliance and the National Vanguard. "I was just spouting a lot of knowledge that I had no idea what I was saying," Lamb admitted to The Daily.