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Monday 8 July 09:53 PM · 6079 Likes

Meet Orville Peck, country music’s anonymous masked musician. “You’d have all of these tough cowboy performers singing about all of this stuff and they’d be wearing rhinestoned pink suits and stuff. I found the contrast of that kind of cool. I found it kind of innately edgy.” @orvillepeck by @mollephoto for @voguemagazine

them: Meet Orville Peck, country music’s anonymous masked musician. “You’d have all of these tough cowboy performers singing about all of this stuff and they’d be wearing rhinestoned pink suits and stuff. I found the contrast of that kind of cool. I found it kind of innately edgy.” @orvillepeck by @mollephoto for @voguemagazine

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