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The zip, pep and moxie behind Lauryl Sulfate & Her Ladies of Leisure

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Jen Ellis

Every week, the State of Sound podcast welcomes an artist from our monthly concert series into the studio to go deep on one of their songs. For more info on the live show, including how to get tickets, visit the event page.

Lauryl Sulfate & Her Ladies of Leisure are anything but leisurely. They’re a spirited and energizing electropop duo known for arresting performances and empowering lyrics that deliver a dance party with a mission.

Before their headlining set at the State of Sound concert back in March, Lauryl of Lauryl Sulfate & Her Ladies of Leisure spoke with me about their emotionally inspired dance jam, “Girls Cry All the Time.” Be warned: The song just might turn on the waterworks — or might work up a sweat. Either way, there’s 100% inspiration behind that perspiration.

To hear the conversation and part of Lauryl Sulfate & Her Ladies of Leisure’s set, find us on the podcast player you dig the most or use the player at the top of the page. Then head over to the State of Sound event page and pick up tickets to our next live show May 4 featuring the just-announced lineup of Micah Emrich, Klan 414, Blacktop and Jacob Slade.

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