Tour

09.09.2021
Release: Starving Vulture (Music Video)

The sad-poetic lament about the threatening state of our planet is at the same time a queer-futuristic electro-pop dance upon the void - framed in an opulently staged music video (by director Tomas Eyzaguirre) that translates the melancholic atmosphere of the song into captivatingly surreal images.

18.09.2021
Fiftyval - 50 Jahre Greenpeace
Zürich (CH)

Anlässlich des 50-Jahre-Jubiläums feiert Greenpeace Schweiz gemeinsam mit Unterstützer:innen, Freiwilligen, Sympathisant:innen und zukünftigen Greenpeacer:innen am Samstag, 18. September 2021 von 13:00 – 23:00 in der Genossenschaft Kalkbreite in Zürich ein buntes Fest. Während des ganzen Tages erwartet dich ein abwechslungsreiches Programm.
Soya the Cow moderiert den Festakt mit der Greenpeace-Stiftungsratspräsidentin Susanne Hochuli sowie der Geschäftsleiterin Iris Menn, und wird um ca. 18 Uhr auch einige Songs singen.

23.09.2021
Dear Human Animals
Schlachthaus Theater Bern (CH)

How do we bear something that is unbearable? How do we change something that we cannot change all by ourselves? And how do we become something that we are not?

Soya the Cow attempts the impossible. As a species-fluid, vegan drag cow she stands for love, freedom and climate justice for all living beings. With strong arguments and moving songs she challenges the self-image of humankind as the centre of the universe, to which all non-human beings are subordinated. Deeply rooted in the fundamental discomfort of a single individual, Soya transcends human limitations. She is pop star and healer, activist and clown, present and future.

Daniel Hellmann's new solo performance is carried by the power and ridiculousness of his cow- shaped desire to change the world. Dear Human Animals uses the theatre space for the experience and reflection of transformative action.

24.09.2021
Dear Human Animals
Schlachthaus Theater Bern (CH)

How do we bear something that is unbearable? How do we change something that we cannot change all by ourselves? And how do we become something that we are not?

Soya the Cow attempts the impossible. As a species-fluid, vegan drag cow she stands for love, freedom and climate justice for all living beings. With strong arguments and moving songs she challenges the self-image of humankind as the centre of the universe, to which all non-human beings are subordinated. Deeply rooted in the fundamental discomfort of a single individual, Soya transcends human limitations. She is pop star and healer, activist and clown, present and future.

Daniel Hellmann's new solo performance is carried by the power and ridiculousness of his cow- shaped desire to change the world. Dear Human Animals uses the theatre space for the experience and reflection of transformative action.

25.09.2021
Dear Human Animals
Schlachthaus Theater Bern (CH)

How do we bear something that is unbearable? How do we change something that we cannot change all by ourselves? And how do we become something that we are not?

Soya the Cow attempts the impossible. As a species-fluid, vegan drag cow she stands for love, freedom and climate justice for all living beings. With strong arguments and moving songs she challenges the self-image of humankind as the centre of the universe, to which all non-human beings are subordinated. Deeply rooted in the fundamental discomfort of a single individual, Soya transcends human limitations. She is pop star and healer, activist and clown, present and future.

Daniel Hellmann's new solo performance is carried by the power and ridiculousness of his cow- shaped desire to change the world. Dear Human Animals uses the theatre space for the experience and reflection of transformative action.