Lola Kirke photographed Dec. 28, 2016, in New York.

Soul Sisters Podcast: Lola Kirke on 'Mozart,' New Music & Normalizing the All-Female Rock Band

Many people already associate actor Lola Kirke with musical prodigiousness because of her starring role in Amazon's Mozart in the Jungle, but on this episode of Soul Sisters she tells us about her IRL blossoming music career, with an impactful new music video out for her single "Monster" and a debut LP coming later this year. And it's a career that has caught our attention not only on its own artistic merits but because Kirke has quite intentionally put other women front and center of her projects, something we noticed at a show of hers in Brooklyn last fall where she was backed by all women - a sight sadly rare to see.
Lauren Jauregui (left) & Delaney Tarr (right)

Soul Sisters Podcast: Lauren Jauregui & Parkland Activist Delaney Tarr on What Gen Z Can Do Better

This special bonus episode of Soul Sisters features an in-depth conversation between Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui and school shooting survivor/gun control activist Delaney Tarr of Parkland, Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in which they discuss what Generation Z can do to change the future as it relates to school shootings, gun control, voting and much more.
First Aid Kit

Soul Sisters Podcast: First Aid Kit Refutes Rift Rumors, Flaunts Their Feminism

Klara and Johanna Söderberg of First Aid Kit join Soul Sisters this week to address reports that a rift between them preceded the making of their latest album Ruins ("It's fun to make it dramatic - people love a good story") and to explain why having a strong feminist voice is both "so obvious" to them and also a fun way to toy with people's expectations (noting that interviews often end with the question "Anything else?" Johanna will toss in a casual "crush the patriarchy.")