Roo AOTD #59 Ethel Cain

All aboard the hype train for Bonnaroo 2024! Only 76 days until we are all on the Farm again, can you believe it? It’s coming up fast and we can’t wait to be dancing with all of you at Bonnaroo! Today’s Artist of the Day is the one and only Ethel Cain. Learn more about the artist below. Don’t forget to check out all of our artist spotlights! Thank you for reading these posts!

Artist Biography

Guest Author: Kari Saunders

It’s Good Friday which makes it the perfect Fun Femme Friday installment to talk about the “Preacher’s Daughter” artist, Ethel Cain. Cain was born in Tallahassee, Florida, to devout Southern Baptists and spent her formative years singing in the church choir and playing classical piano. She found early inspiration from Florence and the Machine and wrote her first full length album at 15. Cain released three EPs including “Inbred” before her debut album, “Preacher’s Daughter,” which she released through her own label, Daughters of Cain. Cain’s unique style blends influences of alternative, gospel, country and pop among others for a sound that’s a perfect undercurrent to her hauntingly delicate vocals and striking lyrics. You’ll likely know her from “American Teenager” and “Crush” the former which has been mixed with Cher’s iconic “Believe” for a trippy new sound. Ethel Cain also proves you can take the girl out of the country. She walked the runway of last year’s New York Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week events and has modeled for brands like Miu Miu and Givenchy.


Indie Alternative, Ambient, Dream Pop

Scheduled at Bonnaroo

Saturday (Link to Daily Schedules)