Episode 8 of the Song Confessional features the provocateur Har Mar Superstar, a multi-talented scantily-clad crooner who’s toured with The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Lizzo and has written songs for J-Lo, Kelly Osbourne, among others. We’ll hear the debut of Har Mar’s “Don’t You Go Forgetting About Me Now”, the song inspired by a young women’s confessional of a late night Valentine’s Day encounter with a Magic Mike tribute show. Har Mar and Walker sit down to discuss strippers and hook up culture.
Episode 7 of Song Confessional features Odessa, a phenomenal singer-songwriter who’s released two critically acclaimed records and played with the likes of Old Crow Medicine Show, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and Barefoot. This episode features “Lost My Head,” a song from her latest album inspired by the confession of a young man losing his first love. Odessa and Walker talk about dying, break ups in their 20’s, and a whole lot more.
Episode 6 of Song Confessional features the Ypsilanti, Michigan-based, DIY bedroom pop outfit, Minihorse, and the world premier of their new song, “Not A Clever as You Think”. You’ll hear a man confess to carrying on three relationships simultaneously-unbeknowst to any of the women. (Oh and he thinks he got a fourth woman pregnant.) You’ll also hear Minihorse’s lead singer, Ben Collins, and Walker discuss the creation of this send up, toxic masculinity in the music scene, and more.
Episode 5 of the Song Confessional features the Austin-based, ‘regret pop’ group, Sun June and the world premiere of their new song “Terrified”. You’ll hear the confessional that inspired it-a parent grappling with the unabiding fear that shadows deep love-and how Sun June works together to craft their ‘global cooling/Albuquerque prom’ serenades.
Episode 4 features the London-based, Italian born alt-rockers Husky Loops and the world premiere of their brand new song “Who Did You Call?”. You’ll hear the confession-a tale of friendship, mental illness, and violence-and how lead singer Danio Forni believes Europeans would respond if in a a similar situation. Lastly, Zac and Walker explain how they became friends with a sex worker in Wichita …
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