Episode 4 of the “Love In Quarantine” mini-season features Denver-based indie folk singer-songwriter Esme Patterson and her rejuvenating tune, “Lets Grow.” You’ll hear the anonymous confession that inspired the song and an interview of her explaining the benefits of companion planting, Kung fu, and subliminal messages.
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Episode 3 of the “Love In Quarantine” mini-season features Milkwaukee/Baton Rouge-based dance pop trio GGOOLLDD and their new summer bop, “Long Distance Pandemic.” You’ll hear the confession that inspired it—a budding romance suddenly turned long distance because of Covid-19 as well as how Nick and Margaret (from GGOOLLDD) navigated the early stages of their own long distance relationship.
Love In Quarantine Episode 2 features Kam Franklin, lead singer of Gulf Coast Soul band The Suffers who you might recognize from performances on Late Night with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah or basically every major music festival in North America. Throughout her career, Kam has been a vocal opponent of sexism and racism in the music industry. Walker and Kam discuss this at length as well the French-themed confession that inspired “I Can’t Wait” in the interview. Now available wherever you stream and download music.
The Song Confessional Podcast returns after many months in quarantine. Back in March, the SC put out the call for confessions about people’s pandemic experiences. Turns out people are still falling in and out of love while staying inside. The Love In Quarantine mini-season features original songs from Kam Franklin (The Suffers), GGOOLLDD, Esme Patterson, and Royal Teeth as well as a brand new theme song from Walker & the crew.
We’d love to know how you’re dealing with quarantine and COVID-19. Please share your new experiences and we’ll select some of your most unique stories to pass along to a singer-songwriter to write an original song based on your experience. You can submit your stories to [email protected]
Some talking points that you can share, but aren’t limited to:
Maybe you’re single or currently dating someone? How’s that going?
You’re getting to know your neighbors whom you’ve never met before? Are they as crazy as you’ve once thought?
Tell us about how you’re dealing with your kids.
Do you work at a hospital? What’s the stress level like?
We look forward to hearing from you. Please be safe and WASH YOUR DAMN HANDS!