They have a short upcoming tour and an album on the way.
If you love Laura Jane Grace in Against Me! then you'll sure as hell love her in her latest project The Devouring Mothers. Not only have they got a new album on the way, but they're also set to embark on a seven-date Midwest tour this Fall. So you'll definitely know them by the end of the year.
Laura Jane Grace at Leeds Festival
She's been working on this side project since 2016, but she's just announced that their debut album is now well on the way. Plus, they'll be touring across Illinois, Indiana and Michigan this November
Continue reading: Laura Jane Grace Introduces Her New Band: The Devouring Mothers
'Park Life Together' is the most wholesome thing you'll hear all week.
She never fails to touch our hearts with the serious issues of the world, but Laura Jane Grace proves that sometimes she can forget everything and just enjoy a beautiful day at the park with coffee, ice cream and her young daughter Evelyn. Her ode to that world is a new song called 'Park Life Forever'.
Laura Jane Grace at Leeds Festival in 2015
The Against Me! singer might be known for her seminal album 'Transgender Dysphoria Blues', and for burning her birth certificate on stage to protest the North Carolina bathroom bill of 2016, but she's also a parent whose life sometimes revolves around ice cream and playgrounds.
Continue reading: Laura Jane Grace Records Adorable New Song With Her Daughter
Some of the greatest inspirations for gender non-conforming musical artists.
The world gets a little more interesting and inclusive every time a person in the public eye expresses their true identity, whether it's gender, sexuality or heritage. The queercore musical movement originated in the mid-80s but since then queer culture has found its way into every musical genre, and in a time where gender-normative ideals are being ever shunned, we look at the people making waves for their own non-binary or trans identities.
Here are the top ten gender-neutral and trans artists you need to know about:
Laura Jane Grace at Leeds Festival in 2015
The singer stands against North Carolina's transphobic laws.
Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace is the latest star to take a stand against North Carolina's bathroom bill as she takes to the stage in Durham to burn her birth certificate - a document which lists her as biologically male. She's out to prove just how little birth documents mean to her life.
Laura Jane Grace proves that gender really is over
Florida punk band Against Me! performed at the Motorco Music Hall in Durham, North Carolina on Sunday night (May 15th 2016) and they were keen to make their appearance count. Many stars have been boycotting the state over the recent passing of the HB2 law, or Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act; a law that prevents people using a bathroom for the gender of which they were not assigned at birth. This has raised controversy over the fact that such a law is discriminatory towards the transgender community. But singer Laura Jane Grace had a better idea than just avoiding the area altogether.
Continue reading: Laura Jane Grace Says Goodbye To Gender With Birth Certificate Burning
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The video for Arcade Fire’s gay rights song, ‘We Exist’ features one of the most talked about actors of the moment, Andrew Garfield. And while the band’s intentions were both clear and admirable, the casting of the Spider-Man actor called in to question the lack of transsexual actors in big roles.
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone pose at the Charles James: Beyond Fashion' Costume Institute Gala
Laura Jane Grace, the lead singer of Against Me! And a transgender women herself expounded the criticism on Twitter. “Dear @arcadefire, maybe when making a video for a song called "We Exist" you should get an actual "Trans" actor instead of Spider-Man?” she wrote on Twitter.
Date of birth
8th November, 1980
Place of birth
Fort Benning, Georgia
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