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Witnessing History: Boygenius Brings Inclusion, Activism to Coachella 2023

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Boygenius made their first big appearance on the Coachella stage! Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus were all together for the show, before going off on a tour around North America. During their performance, they took some time to talk about news happening in various parts of the country – mainly concerning trans people. Lucy said, “Trans lives and kids matter, and we’re gonna fight for you!” Phoebe added on: “Abortion rocks, and don’t forget to be angry at Ron DeSantis too!”

Boygenius released their first album The Record a few years after they came out with their EP. To celebrate the release, they are going on tour and will be headlining the Re:Set concert series. Along with them, Dijon, Bartees Strange, and Clairo will join the show to sing songs like “$20,” “Salt in the Wound,” “Me & My Dog,” and “Anti-Curse.” Follow along with Coachella 2023 for more information about Boygenius!

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