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Mary Lambert on Queering Hymns, LGBTQ+ Visibility and the Indigo Girls

Grief Creature, late last year. Now, she’s turned to voice-over work and to composing music for the documentary 1946, about the first mistranslation of the Bible that has been weaponized against LGBTQ+ people ever since.In May, Lambert gave an interview from her rural home to Inside With the Advocate about how she’s taking care of herself amid stay-at-home orders, her work on 1946, and the queer artists who inspire her.

The “She Keeps Me Warm” singer also shared her praises for some of her faves, like the Indigo Girls, and sang a snippet of their song “The Language of the Kiss.”Regarding her work on 1946, Lambert shared that it’s something she’s always hoped to do.“This is my first official film composition work.

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