Middle Kids frontwoman and chief songwriter Hannah Joy on the marriage of emotional indie folk and sophisticated classicism that is My Brightest Diamond’s debut LP and how it has influenced her own approach to pop music.
Why are all modern rockers in debt to Bach and Chopin (and where does ABBA fit in)? What does it mean to see yourself as only a part of the greater story of pop music? What’s with all the animal metaphors on this album? What is the most embarrassing thing Middle Kids drummer Harry Day has done on tour?
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