The Tennessee-based rock quartet travels out of its home state Saturday, looking to expand its fan base and using Decatur's AIW Hall to accomplish that.
The "active rock" band headlines a three-band bill, with Decatur acts Insideout and Throttle Junkies opening.
"We're trying to branch out and increase our fan base," said Atomic Blonde's Dacia, lead singer and rhythm guitarist. "It's fun to see new faces at a show. We played Danville last summer and at Halloween, and some people from Decatur saw us there."
The remainder of the band is drummer Kendra Kayne, bass player Danielle Day and lead guitarist Fran Reed.
An all-female band in the rock arena can still be a novelty and can sometimes not be received well. Atomic Blonde suffers it but overcomes it.
"We've kind of gotten used to it," Dacia said of taunting early in the band's performances. "It would be worse if after we played they thought the same thing, but most of the time when we get that, the people really do a 180. We're just not like the stereotypical girl group.
"I think anything that can attract attention is good. I think they'll walk out liking the music. We've found that people, even if they don't like the kind of music we're playing, like us because of the energy."
Dacia said they don't even get tired of being asked about being an all-female group.
"It doesn't matter," she said. "I think the one we hate the most is 'What are your influences,' because we're so all over the place."
The group's appeal is all over the place, as well.
"We've got a diverse group of fans," Dacia said. "Unfortunately, we don't have a chance to play a lot of all-ages shows, but we have a lot of fans online who are under 18. We feel like we have a pretty wide appeal. If someone likes Linkin Park or Nirvana, just rock, energetic rock, we think they'll like us.
"We're very energetic on stage. The only time I stand still is when I have my guitar."