Gabriels on Being Whoever You Want To Be

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Jacob Lusk, vocalist for the soulful trio Gabriels, talks about being “the most myself I’ve ever been” with this group. .

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The soulful trio Gabriels released their first EP in 2021. Elton John called it “one of the most seminal records I've heard in the last 10 years.” They’re now out with their latest EP, Bloodline. Singer Jacob Lusk (who was a former American Idol contestant) talks about being “the most myself I’ve ever been” with this group. He also discusses how the theme of family lineage comes up in the EP.

“The overarching theme within the EP Bloodline, there’s this thing of, ‘It’s in the bloodline. My dad was an alcoholic and my grandfather was an alcoholic, so I am. My mom was abused, my grandma was abused, my sister was abused, so I’m abused'. . . No, you don’t have to do that. You don’t have to live that life. You don’t have to be what your circumstances are. You can do whatever you want to do and be whoever you want to be,” Lusk says.

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