Ana da Silva is a founding member and songwriter of The Raincoats, the pioneering post-punk band that provided inspiration for several generations of artists, and were cited as a formative influence by Kurt Cobain, Carrie Brownstein, Bikini Kill, and Sex Pistols’ John Lydon. In 2005, Ana released her solo debut, The Lighthouse. Ana’s recent appearances with The Raincoats include a 2016 collaboration with Angel Olsen for Rough Trade’s 40th anniversary, as well as a 2017 presentation at The Kitchen, New York of ‘The Raincoats and Friends’, a celebration of Jenn Pelly’s book The Raincoats.
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