“From a sexual perspective, and I think the songs speak to this, there’s still a considerable amount of uncertainty in my own life, and I think in a lot of peoples’ lives and personal situations, where the way I feel one day is different from the next day and the next week after that,” he says. “And [Diamond Rings] has been about coming to terms with the fact that’s alright […] and kind of resisting that pressure from outside to conform or fit a certain identity. And that can come from anywhere: that can come from the queer community as well as the straight community … People want you to fit in between, what I still feel, are a limited range of options. Hopefully I can inspire people to realize it’s OK to be different. — John O’Regan a.k.a. Diamond Rings”
Early next year, Robyn, the Swedish pop queen hits stages across North America, taking her joyous show to some huge venues (Radio City Music Hall!) And now we know that she’ll have an appropriately glamtastic […]
Can’t wait to see Diamond Rings at Popscene SF on Thanksgiving! No advance tickets, just show up at the door at 330 Ritch Street.