April 27,

Franky's Bar

"Electro-pop with main character energy, but weird" - this is LNA's answer to the frequently asked question about the classification of their music. And this opens up a mental notebook for all the associations that arise in connection with LNA songs: A catchy voice that is often used like a musical instrument, empowering lyrics that develop the self-confident actionism of young people who want to change something from the topics of feminism, sexism, overwork and queerness. And, of course, LNA's clearly formulated criticism of current conditions and structures in the music industry. With her single "Boys Club", released in March of this year, LNA denounces the exclusive boys club music industry and is thus sure of the approval and solidarity of numerous colleagues. It is precisely this contact with FLINTA colleagues that is a central element of LNA's work.