Break the Chains queer dance party: Evan Greer album release

Sat, May 11, 2019 at 6pm

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It's finally happening. Come out to an extra special Break the Chains all ages, all gender queer dance party celebrating the release of Evan Greer's new album "she/her/they/them."

As always the party features nationally touring trans/queer fronted acts, and we're super lucky to have:


Plus guest DJ tba!

Every entry comes with a free digital download of the album. Here's the fancy dancy "blurb" about it. It's coming soon on Don Giovanni Records (Screaming Females, L7, Waxahatchee, Downtown Boys, etc):

Evan Greer’s pronouns are she/her/they/them. That’s also the name of her new album, the first studio recording she’s released in a decade. Produced by Taina Asili and Gaetano Vaccaro, the songs range from indie-punk anthems about fighting fascism to bluegrassy genderqueer love ballads, and feature guest artists like Chris #2 of Anti-Flag, Bonfire Madigan, and bell’s roar. Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello calls Evan “a heck of a guitar player,” but she’s perhaps better known as an activist. She’s been on the frontlines of some of the most notable grassroots victories of the last decade, from defending net neutrality to helping free Chelsea Manning to to pressuring SXSW to drop a “deportation clause” from its artist contract. When she’s not parenting, leading singalongs in a crowded basement, or organizing a queer dance party, Evan writes regularly for The Guardian, Washington Post, TIME, and Newsweek. Learn more at

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