In the wake of the happy announcement of their summer live tour dates, Liza Lentini, our favorite writer at SPIN, fills us in on Indigo Girls' Amy Ray and Emily Saliers life in music, activism and friendship. "A Quiet Revolution," gives an in-depth and eye-opening look at their beginnings, including this awkward scenario: "We played frat parties. It's pretty funny to think about that." As well as their steep trajectory (opening for R.E.M.) and current life and projects in their home state of Georgia. Longreads, which features "the best reading online" featured A Quiet Revolution amongst the best long-form pieces around. We're closer to fine already. Follow Lentini on insta @thiswickedawesomelife.
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