Earlier this year, Big Thief released their third studio album, U.F.O.F., exciting fans and critics alike. That excitement was doubled, however, with the surprise announcement of its followup, Two Hands, due out October 11th. Environment plays a big part in the album, as Adrianne Lenker tells Kyle Meredith, not just the alarming news we're faced with, but also in the way the people who inhabit these songs spend their day within it. Elsewhere in the interview, she also talks about performing the album in full at an early London gig and teases some fan favorites yet to be released. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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Big Thief is a four piece folk-rock band from Brooklyn, New York. In May 2019, they released their third album, U.F.O.F., to critical acclaim. Pitchfork named it “Best New Music.”
In this episode, singer Adrianne Lenker and drummer James Krivchenia break down a song from that album called “Cattails.”
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