I think you can’t have a conversation about powerful artistry without including one about mental health. For me and Gypsy Temple, music is an outlet for our physical, spiritual, and most critically, mental health. — Cameron Lavi-Jones
is the second
fantastical teen Seattle band
I’ll be hanging out with for my
Teen Music & Mind Wellness
they have a show TONIGHT!*
Wed., Feb. 7
Tix avail @ the door still! $12
@ The Funhouse
109 Eastlake Ave.
Frontman, Cameron Lavi-Jones, reached out to me to participate in this project with an enthusiasm that inspired me.
I texted Cameron yesterday to ask if he could send me a quick line or two about mental health for this announcement.
Within minutes, he busted out a thoughtful, badass response that made my heart jiggle.
I’ll tease you with an excerpt.
You’re going to have to come back to read it all when I post our upcoming interview. 😉
“Our songs are based on negative emotions and experiences, but through the process of songwriting, performing, producing, and playing the music, those negative emotions become the guide for positivity. Those negative emotions become something we are proud of and something that makes us unique as artists.”
I have no doubt that this show is going to be fun as heck!
Come say hi, if ya like.
I don’t bite. usually.
Psssst! I’ll be streaming a bit of the show live on my Instagram @lady_archiva.