Salt Cathedral Contemplates Screen Addiction, Climate Change, and Our Children’s Future

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Salt Cathedral talk about the future of children in the screen addiction era and how these themes are addressed in their latest album, Before It’s Gone.

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Salt Cathedral is a New-York-via Bogota-Colombia duo. Their song, "Terminal Woes," is the most played song on KEXP so far this year.

“This song came from that upsetness of thinking, we’re not taking care of our planet. As a woman in my 30s, thinking should I have children? Should we bring more children into this world because it’s a difficult world and it’s warming up and there’s no climate justice,” says Salt Cathedral’s Juliana Ronderos.

Ronderos, Salt Cathedral’s Nicolas Losada, and KEXP’s Emily Fox talk more about the future of children in the screen addiction era and how these themes are addressed in Salt Cathedral’s latest album, Before It’s Gone.

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