Let’s welcome in February with some of the earliest known images of your Scissters, shall we? We believe these photos were taken at Larry Tee’s legendary Electroclash night Berliniamsburg at club Luxx around 2002 A.D. If anyone has any additional info, leave it in the comments. And if you’ve got an even older photo of the band we sure as hell would love to see it. #fbf
#TBT to this Magical Melbourne moment in 2010 when we surprised the hell out of y’all with our old pal Kylie Minogue who stormed out to join us for a couple of tunes. ICYMI Jake will be joining Kylie on the road in her motherland in March! Full tour dates and info here: https://www.jakeshears.com/shows/
Nothing says Christmas quite like covering ‘Super Trooper’ on German television accompanied by two muscle marys with a synchronized pectoral routine and members of the public dressed in Aldi bags. Did we mention Rod Stewart was there? God bless Wetten Das. Originally aired live on the 4th November 2006
She’s got legs...and she’s taking em on the road! America! If you missed Jake Shears on Late Night with Seth Meyers you can catch him in a city near you very soon! BrooklynSteel tonight, more dates and tickets here: https://www.jakeshears.com/shows/
Today is the day, friends. Jake Shears OUT NOW!! http://smarturl.it/jakeshears
We are so proud to be able to support survivors and young LGBTQ Latinx impacted community members of the Pulse tragedy via our friends at Contigo Fund. Contigo hosted their annual Orlando Strong Symposium: State of Our Community last week, which gathered grantees to discuss the ongoing recovery process, particularly the persisting and newly emerging needs of Pulse-affected individuals. Thanks to your streams, downloads and donations around SWERLK, Contigo was able to award organizations who hired Spanish-speaking, LGBTQ competent mental health counselors serving the families and survivors of Pulse. It also allowed them to award a grant to peer-to-peer support groups of survivors and young LGBTQ Latinx impacted community members. Thanks to our amazing fans, Contigo has been able to meet the immediate needs of those impacted, and your continued support will allow them to meet the long-term needs of all the diverse LGBTQ communities impacted far into their long journey of healing and empowerment. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you. And keep on Swerlking!
So much exciting Jake Shears news of late! Make sure you pre-save his new album so you can get your mits on it the moment it’s released (August 10!) http://smarturl.it/jakeshears Read all about it right here: http://www.thefader.com/2018/05/25/jake-shears-creep-city-solo-album