Love, Loss and Copyright

Sound & Vision
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Interviews with Lemolo, Villagers, Weyes Blood, and the copyright infringement case with Katy Perry's "Dark Horse"

We’ll hear how the song “Nothing Arrived” by Villagers connected with one woman and helped her process her loss after a miscarriage. Weyes Blood will talk about how love and movies influenced her latest album, Titanic Rising. The band Lemolo will talk about their new single about self love and vulnerability. We’ll hear about the copyright infringement case involving Katy Perry’s 2013 hit Dark Horse and what it means for producers and songwriters moving forward.

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