For a long time, I've railed against the prohibition on women singing - I mean, what were the rabbis afraid would happen if women started singing in public?
But now I think I know. I think they were afraid of Eishet Chayil singing "V'Haer Eineinu."
A cursory look at their YouTube portfolio reveals that the trio of women, who subtitle themselves as רכב הדאנס יהודי (which may translate to the Jewish Dance Vehicle, or something more colloquial in Hebrew), are Revital Grinberg, Yael Shahar and Mor Lehiani.
The earrings alone are enough to inspire a rabbinic prohibition, let alone the skinny DJ in the back jumping around, let alone, well...everything.
And of course, I say this all knowing full well that in two weeks, I'm going to end up buying their music in that awesome music store at Ben Gurion Airport.