In Talk the Line our favourite bands and celebs talk about their secret - and not so secret - fascinations, passions and obsessions with host Jen Long. The podcast is brought to you by The Line of Best Fit - the UK's biggest independent website for music discovery.
Beverly Glenn-Copeland on singing the day
Beverly Glenn-Copeland talks to Jen Long about how singing the day helps him through the pandemic.
The reissue of Glenn-Copeland's 1986 masterpiece, Keyboard Fantasies is out now via Transgressive, marking the 35th anniversary of its original release and features restored original artwork and liner notes by Robyn.
Dodie on knitting
Dodie talks to Jen Long about how knitting helped her through the lockdowns. Her debut album Build A Problem is released on 7 May 2021.
Royal Blood's Mike Kerr on finding a path to wellbeing during lockdown
Two years sober, Royal Blood vocalist talks to Jen Long about a cleaner way of living during the pandemic. The band's new album Typhoons is released on 30 April 20201.
RAYE on jigsaw puzzles
23-year-old South London-born singer and songwriter Raye talks about discovering a passion for jigsaw puzzles during the pandemic. RAYE's new mini-album Euphoric Sad Songs is out now and her new single with Joel Corry and David Guetta "Bed" has just hit gone top five in the UK Official Charts.
Alex the Astronaut on the joys of TV shows
Australian singer/songwriter Alexandra Lynn - better known to her fans as Alex the Astronaut speaks to Jen Long about losing herself in tv shows during the pandemic for this episode of Talk The Line. Alex's debut album The Theory of Absolutely Nothing was released summer.
Fran Healy on directing
Travis frontman Fran Healy speaks to Jen Long from his LA home about leaning into his love of directing videos during lockdown for this episode of Talk The Line. Travis’ new album 10 Songs is out now on BMG and their debut album Good Feeling is being reissued on vinyl for the first time on 2 April.
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Great format, guests and Jen is an engaging host.
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This podcast is witty and unique in its approach to musicianship in a way that seems necessary in the world right now. Humanising and casual... with a backbone.