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July 2, 2024
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Unleashing the Fabulous: Lynks' Magical Queer Hits

Alright, everyone, get ready because Lynks is coming to Lausanne, and it's going to be an amazing show. Picture a combination of drag and electro music, with a punk rock attitude and lots of glitter. Lynks is a masked performer who brings a unique queer pop vibe that's both energetic and full of sarcasm. It's like a mashup of Peaches and glam rock, with plenty of sequins thrown into the mix.

They blew up onto the UK scene, evolving from a drag act to a fully-fledged pop powerhouse with their first album, ABOMINATION. Their music is not just about beats and lyrics; it's a bold statement against homophobia, packaged in catchy tunes that make you want to both groove and contemplate. Their song "Use It or Lose It" resonates with every twenty-something going through a quarter-life crisis, reminding us that life is too short to not live it to the fullest, especially in a society fixated on youth.

Lynks doesn’t just perform; they turn every gig into a queer cabaret, mixing dystopian fantasy with trashy glamour. And that mask? It’s not just for show - it’s their secret weapon, boosting their confidence and turning every stage into a playground of wild, liberated energy. At Cabaret Vert, they talked about how wearing the mask lets them unleash a more outrageous persona. It's like psychology meets fabulousness.

Their music boldly delves into taboo topics. "Room 116" discusses one-night stands with refreshing candor. In a world still grappling with accepting non-heteronormative relationships, Lynks uses humor and honesty to normalize queer experiences. They're not just getting people to dance; they're making them think, laugh, and maybe even blush.

Now, they're bringing their show to Festival de la Cité in Lausanne, and it's set to be a memorable night. You can expect vibrant costumes, infectious beats, and a performance that's part pride parade, part rebellious art installation. Lynks will be hitting the stage on July 4th, and if their past shows are anything to go by, it's going to be a night of unbridled queer joy.

Lynks stands out. Their music and performances challenge us to rethink and embrace queer experience. As they take the stage in Lausanne, they’re reclaiming space, making noise, and reminding us all that being queer is a powerful, beautiful, and uncontainable force. Get ready! It’s going to be wild, fabulous, and unforgettable!


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