LiLiPUT (formerly known as Kleenex) is a Swiss female post-punk/new wave band. The group was formed in 1978 under the name Kleenex and then made a name for them. In the midst of the risk of legal action by Kimberly-Clark in 1979, they are advised to change the name to LiLiPUT (Kleenex is a property brand of tampon in Switzerland). The bands original member consists of Regula Sing (vocals), Marlene Marder (guitar), Klaudia Schiff (bass) and Lislot Ha (drums). In the late 1970s, the band recorded a several of successful singles prior to Sing's departure.
LiLiPUT's vigorous sound mixed with dynamic thrashy post-punk with irregular vocals and lyrics both in English and German language. The bands music featuring the rough or screaming female vocals, shabby drums, disturbing and twanging guitar, thick unconventional bass, saxophone and particularly flute, violin, and other instruments. The disturbing style and powerful of their lyrics and the girl-punk sound which bring them in a league with bands such as The Raincoats (often tour partners), Delta 5, The Slits, Essential Logic and Bush Tetras. The groups sound establish during their career, thats the result of the changes in their members. The previous recordings are very noisy and powerful while the new songs are very disturbing and unforgettable.