Sleater-Kinney Discuss “The Future Is Here” on “Song Exploder”: Listen

Music
No Comments
Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker, illustration by <a href="http://www.lerms.net/">Carlos Lerma</a>
Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker, illustration by Carlos Lerma

Sleater-Kinney are the newest visitors on “Song Exploder,” the podcast hosted by Thao Nguyen. During the interview, Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker talk about “The Future Is Here” from their St. Vincent-produced new album The Center Won’t Hold. Tucker explains her unique thought to duet with a male vocalist, impressed by experimental opera singer Joseph Keckler, earlier than St. Vincent recommended Tucker sing each elements herself. “There are so many different voices that a songwriter can explore that don’t have to be tied to your own gender or your own body in any way,” Tucker says. “That’s a really freeing element of writing.” Listen to the total episode under.

The Center Won’t Hold is out August 16. The band’s tour—their first for the reason that departure of Janet Weiss—kicks off in October.

 
Source

Related

Menu