“Tickets will be refunded.”
Supported by Camp Cope!
Investigating the rather ‘unpunk’ notion of love, in a very punk rock manner.
2017 it is!
From their forthcoming album ‘Shape Shift With Me’.
“We don’t care where you pee — just please flush.”
The album will tackle themes of love, sex and heartbreak from a trans perspective
“It’s so fucking terrifying”
There’s already a petition calling for it to happen.
It may come as a surprise to some, but Miley Cyrus has been up to a bit more recently than just the standard tongue-pokery and twerking about in her kickers. The Bangerz singer has launched a foundation for homeless LGBT youth called the “Happy Hippie Foundation”, and to help raise awareness, she’s teamed up with
US punks Against Me! have announced an Australian tour for this coming May and June and will play a series of national headline shows supported by California outfit Joyce Manor. The band, fronted by Laura Jane Grace, will kick off the tour at Brisbane’s Hi-Fi on Friday, 29th May followed by shows in Sydney, Newcastle,
Against Me! singer Laura Jane Grace has all but ruined metal titans Slipknot’s plans to reveal the identity of their new drummer. For some time now rumours have circulated that Jay Weinberg, former drummer for Against Me!, has taken up the sticks to replace ex-member Joey Jordison. Slipknot have not officially confirmed the Weinberg rumours,
Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace first went public with her battle with gender dysphoria two years ago and is now arguably the most prominent transgender woman in music today. The lead singer of the Florida-bred punk rock group is documenting her transition in a new reality series for AOL, entitled True Trans with Laura
Against Me! singer Laura Jane Grace has fired back at the “problematic” response offered by Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler and director David Wilson after the frontwoman lambasted Arcade Fire’s We Exist clip for casting non-trans actor Andrew Garfield in a transgender role. Speaking to The Advocate, Butler reiterated his stance that the song is
Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler and acclaimed music video director David Wilson have responded to Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace‘s recent criticism of the band’s video for We Exist, comparing the use of a non-trans actor playing a transgender role to blackface. The We Exist video features The Amazing Spider-Man actor Andrew Garfield playing