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18 hours ago

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We are in Bombay celebrating the release of our new album "Rainbow Riots India" by our founder Petter Wallenberg featuring India's first openly LGBT singers! You can hear it on Spotify and other plattforms globally:

open.spotify.com/album/4L2TnJr7oRwh7UPzpkfkc4?si=gZEli2tJSs2ZmdIZvNoygARainbow Riots India, an album by Petter Wallenberg & Rainbow Riots on Spotify
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2 days ago

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Out globally today! The new Rainbow Riots album featuring India's first openly LGBT singers!

Petter Wallenberg & Rainbow Riots - "Rainbow Riots India" available on iTunes, Spotify and all major digital platforms worldwide.

Spotify: open.spotify.com/album/4L2TnJr7oRwh7UPzpkfkc4?si=gZEli2tJSs2ZmdIZvNoygA

iTunes: music.apple.com/se/album/rainbow-riots-india/1464618336
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3 days ago

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LO❤️E IS LO❤️E! Tonight was the world premiere of ”Love is Love” - India’s first Pride anthem LIVE! The song was created by Rainbow Riots’ founder Petter Wallenberg and India’s first gay celebrity drag queen Sushant Divgikar who were joined onstage by India’s first transgender dance group Dancing Queens. The show was at Southeast Asia’s biggest queer film festival Kashish in Mumbai!!

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4 days ago

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We are proud to present our latest release ‘Never Look Back’ - a disco anthem celebrating a world where people are free to be who they are, created by Rainbow Riot’s founder Petter Wallenberg and India’s first openly lesbian singer Pragya Pallavi.

The music video features Bombay drag star Tropical Marca and is also a touching short documentary film about one of the dancers in the project, Paras, a member of Dancing Queens, India's first transgender dance group.

Paras is from India's Hijra community - the Indian transgenders who have long been considered to have divine powers yet are still marginalized. In the film we follow Paras on her journey from the slums of Mumbai, overcoming sex work and begging - to becoming the first transgender person in India to get a job in a bank. As Paras says: ”India is changing.”

www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgy72bGfM7c&t=3s
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