Georgia Nott joins Soul Sisters this week to explain what led her to step outside of her brother/sister duo Broods to record a new album under the name The Venus Project which was created by and artistically focused on women.
Dessa joins Soul Sisters this week to chat about her latest album Chime, what it's like being the only woman in Doomtree, how she linked up with Lin-Manuel Miranda to score a track on the 'Hamilton Mixtape,' and more.
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.
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.")
Hayley Kiyoko is proving not just to be one of the hottest rising stars in pop music today, but one whose rise as an unabashedly, nay celebratory gay artist signals an important moment for our culture in general.