Long Distance Listening is a music podcast which highlights underrated artists through reviews and interviews.
Sun June (Somewhere)
Laura Colwell and Stephen Salisbury of Sun June join us to talk about the band’s patient and captivating sophomore record “Somewhere”. On this episode we discuss funny tour stories, long distance relationships, and go track by track through the album.
Alabama Deathwalk (Young Runner)
Eric Reed of Alabama Deathwalk joins us to talk about his new record “Young Runner”. Eric talks about writing songs by making weird hand shapes on guitar, moving far away from friends and finding peace as he also dives deep into each track on the record.
Top 10 Albums Of 2020 (Screw You 2020)
To mix things up, Andrew and Nate each draft 10 albums from 2020 as well as share their official Top 10 Albums of the Year. Feel free to reach out @ldlpod on instagram or twitter to share your lists as well!
Lianne La Havas (Lianne La Havas)
Andrew and Nate go track by track through Lianne La Havas’ self-titled record sharing how they discovered the artist through another artist they interviewed on the podcast. They also compare Lianne’s vocals with the instrumentals, give their thoughts on her Radiohead cover, and dive deep into the high and low lyrics on the record.
Phoebe Bridgers (Punisher)
Andrew and Nate go track by track through Phoebe Bridgers’ sophomore record “Punisher” sharing their favorite parts of each song and favorite aspects of the record as a whole. They also rank “Punisher” compared to “Stranger in the Alps” revealing which one is their favorite.
Vacations (Forever in Bloom - Part 2)
Campbell Burns of the band Vacations joins us again—this time to go track by track through their new record “Forever in Bloom” as he answers our questions and provides helpful context behind the creation and content of each song.