Queer Music News: New music and concert dates by Killboy and Corook

Killboy heads to Dallas this fall. (Picture courtesy Warner Bros.)

Singer-songwriter Killboy drops “Loser”

Queer singer Killboy designed a splash with her attractive female-to-girl single “U+Me” previously this calendar year. She’s again not only with her new one “Loser,” but also a tour announcement. 

Made by Avril Lavigne and Blink-182 producer John Feldmann, “Loser” is a more durable-edged audio by the Texas-elevated singer introducing one more layer to her alt-pop vibe of earlier tracks. The track follows her Atlantic Information debut solitary “Daddy Concerns.” 

Killboy will head to Dallas this tumble as the supporting act for Sueco’s North American It Was Fun Though it Lasted Tour. She will open up the demonstrate Sept. 13 at Trees

From Atlantic Documents: 

The purple-haired singer/songwriter/producer crafts hits that are deeply particular and whole of mind-set. Killboy was lifted in the small city of Texarkana, in a very conservative home that she felt out of put in. She sought solace in her tunes as a suggests to rebel towards the stringent partitions encompassing her and adopted the identify Killboy to continue to keep her tunes a key from her relatives.

“I’m just going to continue to keep accomplishing what I appreciate,” she claims. “That’s what remaining KILLBOY is all about. I like the songs I’m earning and I hope it presents men and women the liberty to do whatever the fuck they want at all instances.”

Watch the “Loser” lyric online video down below:

https://www.youtube.com/check out?v=oV1CU-_LyMM

Comedic alt-pop artist Corook attempts “BDSM”

Corook drops new tunes and tour dates. (Image courtesy Warner Bros.)

Self-described “singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and huge fuckin’ dork,” Corook is back again with her new single “BDSM” readily available now on all streaming expert services. The music is influenced by her prolonged-phrase marriage with her girlfriend, Olivia and her exertion to spice issues up.

“I did not consider I required to publish really like tracks,” She said in a press release. “I feel like adore songs are typically cheesy and tricky to hear to since they are often just rainbows and butterflies. I recognized the very best portion about my partnership is that I can notify my associate nearly anything. I can explain to her when I’m not truly emotion it, or when I have to have a thing diverse, or when I’m not psyched, and neither of us consider it as a danger to our partnership. It is just the fact. I’m actually grateful for a person I can be that genuine with. Associations the natural way get extra predictable, and matters can get monotonous, but when you adhere it out, that like receives further and safer and way juicier. This is a reasonable appreciate tune for all the individuals in very long expression relationships.”

In spring, the queer, Nashville-based musician dropped her debut EP achoo!

She has teamed up with pop/rock trio Jukebox the Ghost for a US tour, which will convey her also to Trees on Oct. 8.

Observe the “BDSM” lyric movie under:

https://www.youtube.com/check out?v=T6SsBZsJvyA

Concert Calendar:

July 16: Brandi Carlile at Dos Equis Pavilion.

July 22: Clearly show Me the Body at Cheapsteaks. 

July 23: Kendrick Lamar at American Airways Center.

July 30: Bachelors of Broadway: Gentlemen of the Theater at Downtown Cowtown at the Isis.

July 30: Garth Brooks at AT&T Stadium.

Aug. 23: Woman Gaga at World Lifestyle Area.

Aug. 23: Lyle Lovett at Bass Corridor.

Sept. 10: The Killers at Dickies Arena.

Sept. 11: Taylor Dayne at The Colony 5 Star Elaborate.

Sept. 13: Sueco, Killboy at Trees.

Sept. 14: Rufus Wainwright at the Majestic Theatre.

Sept. 15: Ben Platt at Texas Have confidence in CU Theatre At Grand Prairie.

Sept. 28: Florence and the Machine at Toyota Tunes Factory.

Sept. 30: Elton John at Globe Daily life Area.

Oct. 8: Jukebox the Ghost, Corook at Trees.

Oct. 10: Carly Rae Jepsen at the South Side Ballroom.

Oct. 12: Lil Nas X at Toyota Audio Manufacturing unit

Oct. 21: Indigo Women at Granada Theater.

Oct. 28: Lizzo at American Airways Heart.

Nov. 6: Demi Lovato at the Pavilion at Toyota Audio Factory.

Nov. 25: Judas Priest, Queensryche at The Factory in Deep Ellum.

Dec. 12: Jinkx Monsoon and BenDeLaCreme at The Majestic Theatre.

Kenneth Proto

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