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Noah Gundersen’s music is often personal – even confessional. In Gundersen’s latest album, Lover (Cooking Vinyl), he again turns his focus inward, but with more self-awareness. Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Gundersen about his new album and how aging has affected his music.
On the themes of his latest record:
On how he views Lover compared to his previous work:
On the working title of this album, I Hope You Meet Everything You Fear:
On the themes in his song “Older” and turning 30:
Sound & Vision host John Richards spoke with Van Deusen about his views on Christianity and being okay with not being okay.
Amanda Knox speaks to KEXP about her experiences behind bars and the songs that helped her cope.
Having played a benefit at the Tractor Tavern for KEXP's New Home campaign earlier this year, Noah Gundersen returns to KEXP play his beautifully melancholy songs for us in-studio and live streamed the entire performance online. The 26-year-old singer/songwriter, originally from Olympia, Washingt...