Rachel Lark is Busy
Rachel Lark is a San Francisco based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her music has been featured on The Savage Lovecast and Salon.com and she tours regularly throughout the U.S. and Europe. She's made waves for her biting political satire, fearless authenticity, and hilarious, raunchy wit. She's been called the "musical muse for the sex-positive revolution" and "in the league of Sondheim and Tim Minchin."
In 2014 she released her debut EP, "I Wouldn't Worry," followed by her first full-length album, "Lark After Dark," and her Christmas album, "Hung For The Holidays." In 2015 she successfully funded a music video and new album through a Kickstarter campaign and released her music video, "Warm, Bloody, and Tender" in August of 2015. The video was featured in several film festivals including Sacramento Horror Film Festival and Cinekink. Her album, Vagenius, was released in October of 2015.
In December, 2016, Lark recorded a studio album at Tiny Telephone Studios with her band, The Damaged Goods. In March 2017 she released "They've Done Studies" followed by a multi-media dramatic live production at DNA Lounge called "Studies Have Shown." She toured the production throughout the U.S. in the summer of 2017 and will be releasing a concert film of the show in 2018.
What Men Across The Country Have Been Saying...
"The lyrics don't go with your voice." - guy in Vancouver Island
"You're surprisingly good. Did you used to be a professional singer?"
- guy in San Francisco
"I don't think you're actually aware of how profound that song you played was." - guy in San Francisco
"You're so talented, you could probably play REAL music if you wanted to!" - guy at Burning Man
"You should really check out [INSERT ANY OTHER FEMALE ARTIST'S NAME]. She's amazing. Kind of like you, but also not. She has a song that goes like this..." - guys everywhere
"I'm not a fan of your filthy songs. Don't know why you had to go there!" (said with a smile) - guy in Oregon
"I was thinking of buying one of your cd's but one of your songs seemed weird." - guy in New York
"Women are people. Men are people. But feminists are slimebags. Keep your sleazy propaganda away from impressionable innocent children you hateful clown." - guy on the internet