On this episode of INSIDE MUSIC, host James Shotwell calls Cam Boucher from Sorority Noise to discuss his band’s incredible new EP, It Kindly Stopped For Me. James and Cam have been internet friends for a while, but this is the first chance they have had to have an in-depth conversation. Together the two cover the new release, its origin, the way the world has changed since the band’s last release, and a little bit of everything in between. Cam also shares his love of jazz, his tendency to play air sax instead of air guitar, and the story behind a song that was cut from the new record due to time constraints. If you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to be part of a band who spent the last year being told you were the new leaders of the alternative genre, this is one conversation you don’t want to miss.
The music you hear in this episode is taken from Sorority Noise’s breakout 2015 full-length, Joy, Departed. The song is titled “Using” and it’s discussed at length in this episode of the podcast.
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