The multi-talented Jack River, whose mum calls her Holly Rankin, can add yet another feather to her impressive cap today (alongside ARIA award-nominated musician, festival organiser, writer and advocate), with the launch of her new podcast series, To Rebel In The Times.
Listen to a trailer below:
Recorded over the past six months, ‘To Rebel In The Times’ sees the musician meet numerous artists, for conversations about what it means to stand up as a force for good.
“We are living in such a huge time, undergoing intense culture shifts, wrangling the upheaval of old ideas and (hopefully) replacing them with something better,” Rankin says.
“With To Rebel In The Times, I wanted to know where artists’ minds are at, especially the artists who have made it their life and art’s work to create change, and why it is so important to them that they use their voice, that they stand up and not only say something, but do something,” she explains.
Guests announced for the podcast include Alex the Astronaut, Briggs, Cub Sport, Kita Alexander, Portugal. The Man and Ziggy Alberts.
You can listen to the first episode – featuring Cub Sport’s Tim Nelson – here.
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It’s @jack_river and this is@torebelinthetimes my new podcast. A series of conversations with Artists about impact, change, passion and action and how these things all collide with music. Releasing every wednesday and featuring @alex.the.astronaut @senatorbriggs @cubsport @kitaalexander @portugaltheman @ziggyalberts & available on all platforms including @applemusic and @spotify Episode 1 is out tomorrow with my dear friend Tim Nelson from @cubsport talking all things gender freedom, the fragility and wonder of expressing oneself in such a personal way and creating a global community. I REALLY cannot wait to share this with you, and can’t wait to speak with you every week here on this gram! I wanna hear your thoughts, questions and wonderings about each and every episode, this is gonna be a space for conversation! Produced by Jess Hamilton, Artwork by Annie Hamilton and Rhi Down, Engineered by Pete Covington.