LOGAN LYNN // NEW MONEY \\ OUT NOW!

  

Logan Lynn Profiled by Revry TV this week

Big thanks to Revry for profiling me as part of their new series highlighting authentic contributors to the queer media and entertainment community.

It’s out today HERE.

New Money review in The Portland Mercury

“New Money feels like a bedroom disco record steeped in lockdown-era dread — boasting downers turned uppers. Many tracks on the album, but especially the first two singles, harken back to the thirstiest months of sheltering in place. Whether contrarian or just comfortable with seeming contradiction, Lynn is an artist interested in turning ideas on their heads.”

  • The Portland Mercury (6/13/22)

Happy 5th Birthday to Lead With Love

This is the 5th Anniversary of the first time my documentary Lead With Love was screened publicly, after I had carried around the truth of this story (as well as all of the hot media takes, death threats, and letters of support, from folks who weren’t there) privately for half a decade.

I remember, at the time, feeling like I needed to release this film in order to survive. All the projections, all the misinformation, all the hate, and all the love — it just needed to be informed.

Thank you to Revry for believing in this movie enough to stream it out to over 250 million homes in the years since. And thank you to the people from this film who ultimately took down the hateful Mars Hill Church and ideologies from the inside. It’s been gone for many years now and the world is entirely better for it.

Watch Lead With Love now on Revry and at www.LeadWithLove.gay

Next week! 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️

Kill Rock Stars Pride Showcase and New Money album release show — 6.30.22 (Premiering at 6pm PST / 9pm EST on the KRS YouTube channel)

Thank you to Isaiah Esquire, GreenLight Creative, The Dandy Warhols, Banana Stand Media, X-Laser, INDÍGENA, Gucci, my team at the label, and the whole crew who helped make this happen.

Appreciate you all so much!

(📸 by Josué Rivas for Indigena)

Portland Pride week in the bag

Ate at Clarklewis for the first time since 2018. Glad it still exists. Laughed and drank soda water. Costume change. Went to the Kiki House of Ada Anniversary Ball — my first public event since the 2020 GRAMMYs.
Got to see Nyronn walk in one of the categories in an original look I watched come to life from fabric sample to finish. Actual fashion magic. Clapped and danced a bunch. So much joy in that room and on my face, albeit under my mask. Heart full. Sore back. Another costume change. Ate more things at Pine Street Market. Laughed and drank more soda water. Went to check out the Portland Pride festival and the sun came out for us. Seriously considered going back to Pleasure Burger at Pine Street for another round but talked myself out of it. Home now and am gonna sleep until someone calls me to tell me that I’m fired unless I get up.

Oh hi American Songwriter Magazine!

Huge thanks to KEXP DJ Marco Collins (you know…the dude who put Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Beck, Weezer, Garbage, Death Cab for Cutie, and other bands you may have heard of, on the map) for naming me one of his 20 favorite queer artists from the Pacific Northwest!

Check out Marco’s full list in American Songwriter Magazine HERE.

(📸 shot at The Dandy Warhols’ Odditorium by Josúe Rivas for Indígena)

2 weeks from today!

Kill Rock Stars Presents: Other People’s Money — out 6.30.22

Featuring remixes of songs from New Money by MAN ON MAN, JD Samson, Xiu Xiu, Bright Light Bright Light, and Plack Blague! 💋

Pre-order HERE.

“Portrait of Gay Glamour” – Logan Lynn Profile in The Portland Mercury This Week!

The Portland Mercury interviewed me for their annual Pride issue and published the story today.

Check it out here.


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