Boygenius: The indie supergroup taking over Loud and Quiet

With their highly-anticipated full-length debut album just around the corner, the indie-folk supergroup boygenius is making waves once again as they grace the cover of Loud And Quiet 158.

Boygenius, the indie-folk supergroup made up of Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker, graces the cover of Loud and Quiet 158, and it’s a sight to behold.

The trio has been making waves in the music industry with their latest singles, “$20,” “Emily I’m Sorry,” and “True Blue,” which are taken from their highly anticipated full-length debut album, set to drop on March 31st via Polydor/Interscope Records. The EP showcased their exceptional vocal harmonies and guitar skills, and the upcoming album seems to be following in the same vein.

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In an exclusive interview with Loud and Quiets Gemma Samways, the talented trio opens up about their creative and personal dynamics and gives us an inside look into the making of the album. There’s something for everyone in this issue, from drone-rock project SQÜRL’s conversation with Jim Jarmusch and Carter Logan to Yaeji’s discussion about rage, suppression, and identity with Skye Butchard.

As always, there are also interviews with new artists, including Lankum, McKinley Dixon, Zulu, Lucinda Chua, Fran Lobo, Comfort, and Water From Your Eyes. Plus, Taylor Swift offers some exclusive business advice that you won’t want to miss. Loud and Quiet 158 is a must-read for anyone interested in the latest indie-folk scene, and it comes with a great cover pic that you’ll want to display proudly. So make sure to grab your copy when it hits shops and subscribers on March 25th.

In other Boy Genius news, the trio were on hand for an acoustic set at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Tuesday afternoon, as part of the official SXSW activities.