Episode 3 of the Song Confessional is here! You’ll hear one woman’s confession about her mom’s clandestine profession and the world premiere of the song it inspired, “It was Always There.” Later, you’ll learn all about the Romanian-born, Brooklyn based, lo-fi pop enthusiast, Vlad Holiday, and his boozy approach to producing. In case that wasn’t enough, Zac and Walker have a lively discussion about marijuana and trauma afterward!
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On the Song Confessional Podcast, today’s top bands and songwriters turn anonymous stories into new original songs. Each episode features the “confession” that inspires the original song, the song premiere, and an interview with the songwriter.
Premieres Nov. 8th.
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Episode 2 of the Song Confessional Podcast is here! In it, you’ll hear an interview with Australian, synth-pop wunderkind, Holiday Sidewinder, the world premiere of the song “Another World”, and the skydiving horror story that inspired this babushka-approved bop. You’ll also find out how Holiday got that fantastic name of hers and how she and producer, Jim Eno, made the music feel as ‘Soviet’ as the story itself.
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Welcome to the Song Confessional Podcast Episode 1! In our inaugural episode, you’ll hear the world premiere of “Don’t Let Me Die in Waco” from the ‘woke’ outlaw cowboy outfit, Croy and the Boys, and an anonymous ‘confession’ involving a Greyhound bus, binge drinking, Febreze, and death that inspired it. You’ll also hear head songwriter Bad Boy Croy’s thoughts on songwriting, outlaw country, the current state of the Austin music scene, and one of the most optimistic takes on sports fandom in America.
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