And just like that… it’s a wrap!
Season two of On Track, my series focused on bringing you intimate sit-down interviews with rising queer talent and fierce allies, comes to a close this week with episode eleven.
If you’re just catching up, this time around the series featured: CHAV, Gia Woods, Leon Else, Kelechi, Carlos Vara, Heartthrob Rob, Vardaan Arora, Patrick Church, Michael Love Michael and Boy Radio. You can subscribe and stream all episodes of the podcast HERE!
Season two ends with none other than Bright Light Bright Light!
The Welsh-born singer-songwriter-producer, Rod Thomas aka Bright Light Bright Light, has been a staple of the international LGBTQ+ music scene for over ten years, having released three prior albums and touring as both a solo artist and as support alongside pop royalty like Elton John, Cher, Erasure, Ellie Goulding and Scissor Sisters. He also collaborated with Elton on his 2016 banger “All In The Name” which he also performed with the music legend on The Graham Norton Show, making him the first indie act to do so.
On this finale episode, I dive into what Bright Light has been up to since the pandemic started, his time growing up in South Wales, his journey into music – from the very beginning to the present, the making of his new star-studded album Fun City, as well as plans for the future and so much more.
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