Neko Case Explains Her Unique Festival Style To NY Times

Peter Helman | June 11, 2014 - 12:19 pm

Yesterday, Neko Case’s band, the New Pornographers, announced their new album, Brill Bruisers, and shared its fantastically catchy title track. That coincides with a recent interview Case did with The New York Times, in which the singer-songwriter discussed her personal style and its relation to her performance, specifically at Governors Ball, where she wore a thrift-store t-shirt with cut-off sleeves, skeleton pants from a Halloween sale, and Iron Maiden Vans. According to Case, her look is most inspired by:

Practicality, comfort, oddness, ambiguity. My style Icons are Cathrine Ringer of the French pop band Les Rita Mitsouko and Grace Jones. They can both be a lady and a dude and all manner of freaky inbetween. They are powerful and brave. They actually make me swoon.

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