Sarah Rudy of Hello June Defies Conformity

LGBTQIA+
By
Rachel Cholst
October 12, 2023
Rainbow Rodeo
Interview

Sarah Rudy of Hello June has lived a lifetime of loss in the five years since the band’s previous album, <em>Spruce</em>. The band’s latest, <em>Artifact</em>, is the post-COVID album for those of us who spent lockdown doing more than bake bread. These songs are world-weary and resolved, clear-eyed in the face of difficulty. In our interview, Rudy explains her drive to create, how it’s linked to her identity, and the artists who got her here.

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Sarah Rudy of Hello June
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