Ethel Cain Height, Weight, Age, Real Name, Family

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Ethel Cain
Ethel Cain

Singer-songwriter, musician, artist, producer, performer, and model Ethel Cain hails from the United States. Bruises, Michelle Pfeiffer (ft. Lil Aaron), Crush, Gibson Girl, Strangers, American Teenager, Fear No Plague, God’s Country (ft. Wicca Phase Springs Eternal), Famous Last Words (An Ode to Eaters), Arcane Vessels, Sad Music for Sad People, Hospital Beds, Away From U, Saddle Up!, Drain Me, and White Van are just a few of the albums, tracks, and extended plays that make up her discography.

Ethel Cain
Ethel Cain

Born Name

Hayden Silas Anhedönia

Nick Names

Ethel Cain, Atlas, White Silas, Miss Anhedonia, Tommy

Age / Birth Date

Ethel Cain Born On March 24, 1998

Sun Sign

Aries

Born Place

Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, United States

Residence

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

Nationality

American

Education

Ethel Cain was homeschooled her entire life. Also, she has studied classical piano.

Occupation

Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Artist, Producer, Performer, Model

Family

  • Father – He was a Southern Baptist deacon.
  • Siblings – She has 3 younger siblings.

Genre

Ethereal Wave, Lo-fi, Ambient, Dream Pop, Slowcore, Gospel, Alternative Rock, Rock, Folk, Americana

Instruments

Vocals, Piano, Guitar

Labels

Daughters of Cain, AWAL

Build

Slim

Height

5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm

Weight

50 kg or 1137.5 lbs

Race / Ethnicity

White

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Eye Color

Blue

Sexual Orientation

Reportedly, she is transgender and bis*xual.

She was 12 years old when she came out as gay to her family.

She publicly came out as a trans woman on her 20th birthday.

Cain once reflected on her path and said, “It was obvious to everyone that I was different from other people.” As a trans woman, I came into my own whenever I began to mature. My entire town was pitted against me, and we were a divided house.

Distinctive Features

Tattoos , Attractiveness

Religion

Raised as a Southern Baptist, she left the church when she was sixteen years old.

She said in a 2021 interview that she still identifies as a Southern Baptist, adding, “God has always played a big part in my life, whether I like it or not. He’s always been there for me, whether it’s being used as a threat or a consoling figure. It’s not something you can truly ignore. And rather than say “F*ck the church,” I’d just like to accept it.

She said that while she doesn’t identify as a Christian or care about religion, she “still abides by the values [she] was raised on” in a 2022 Tumblr post.

Ethel Cain Facts

  • She was raised in Perry, Florida, throughout her formative years.
  • She joined the church choir when she was a small child.
  • She began taking classical piano lessons when she was eight years old.
  • Growing up, Ethel Cain was raised in a devout home.
  • Her first studio album, Preacher’s Daughter, was released on May 12, 2022, under her own record label, Daughters of Cain Records. Hits from the album include “American Teenager,” “A House in Nebraska,” “Western Nights,” “Family Tree,” “Hard Times,” “August Underground,” “Strangers,” “Gibson Girl,” and “Sun Bleached Flies,” among others. In June 2022, Gorilla vs. Bear named the album one of the finest releases of the year thus far.
  • She said in an interview that “[she doesn’t] want to have all of [her] personal business and every innermost thought just out there on the internet for the world to see” and deleted her Twitter account in July 2023. She also mentioned how some fan behavior had impacted her friendships and familial ties.
  • In an August 2023 Rolling Stone interview, Ethel Cain disclosed that all of her family members had since left the church, though she made it clear that they are still somewhat religious.
  • She is autistic.

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