Isabella Biedenharn
October 26, 2015 at 02:53 PM EDT

In Sleater-Kinney frontwoman Carrie Brownstein’s sharp, funny new memoir Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl, she writes about her high school band Born Naked: “We didn’t take ourselves too seriously, almost as a means of warding off any potential criticism. If we thought of Born Naked as a joke, then no one could make fun of us. We were in on it.”

Below, listen to a clip of Brownstein reading about Born Naked from her audiobook. And as a bonus — she even sings the band’s signature song, “You Annoy Me,” which happens to be one of the first songs she ever wrote.

Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl will be released Tuesday, Oct. 27.

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