Julien Baker is a singer, musician, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.
Singer-songwriter Julien Baker’s new album, Little Oblivions, is her first since 2017. During that time she went on a world tour, formed the supergroup, boygenius, with Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus, and finished her college degree. On the vulnerable new album, she explores more challenging experiences from that time: anxiety, questions about faith, and struggles with sobriety. Baker joins us for a Listening Party to discuss one of this year’s most anticipated albums.  
For all of December, Kyle Meredith is looking back on his favorite moments in 2020. This week, we revisit Jim James discussing the murder of Breona Taylor, Julien Baker dissecting the lies sold through religion, Paul Weller chewing on systematic change, Laura Marling studying psychoanalysis, Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil explaining why he’ll never do a solo record, and actor/novelist/musician David Duchovny wrestling with an environment of perpetual politics. Follow on Facebook  |  Podchaser  |  Twitter
Julien Baker hangs out with Kyle Meredith to talk about Little Oblivions and its themes of self examination and survival. Baker speaks about the illusions that we build for ourselves to make us feel comfortable, a life of being told lies, and how she took the news that the Easter Bunny wasn’t real. The Boygenius member also discusses her Big Libra Energy, adding drums into her songwriting, and covering Blink 182’s "Anthem Pt. 2". Follow on Facebook  |  Podchaser  |  Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Sep 29th, 1995
Memphis, Tennessee, United States of America
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1 hour, 8 minutes
Podchaser Creator ID logo 144742