Brittany Howard, Thunderpussy, Mary Lambert and Hollis Wong-Wear on channeling their experiences through music

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Brittany Howard says her song “Goat Head” is about society’s reaction to her parents’ interracial marriage in Alabama. She also talks about the “gay R&B song” she wrote about musician Georgia Anne Muldrow. Thunderpussy talks about female empowerment and diversifying their sound on their new EP, Milk ItMary Lambert says her experiences of mental health and sexual assault weave through her latest album, Grief CreatureHollis Wong-Wear talks about how poetry and her mother’s hustle starting up a Chinese restaurant as an immigrant inform her music career.
brittany howard // photo by eric tra (view set)

Brittany Howard says her song “Goat Head” is about society’s reaction to her parents’ interracial marriage in Alabama. She also talks about the “gay R&B song” she wrote about musician Georgia Anne Muldrow. Thunderpussy talks about female empowerment and diversifying their sound on their new EP, Milk ItMary Lambert says her experiences of mental health and sexual assault weave through her latest album, Grief CreatureHollis Wong-Wear talks about how poetry and her mother’s hustle starting up a Chinese restaurant as an immigrant inform her music career.

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