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José González on Effective Altruism, Doomsday Dudes, and New Album Local Valley

The Swedish singer-songwriter also talks about incorporating Western African music into his style

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Kyle Meredith with José González, photo by Hannele Fernström
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    José González catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about Local Valley, his first album since 2015’s Vestiges & Claws.

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    The Swedish singer-songwriter talks about effective altruism as a way to make the world a better place and how that concept fits in with his lyrics. He also discusses his frustrated with “doomsday dudes,” and how a line like, “We’re all in this together” is both a statement and a plea.

    González also touches on incorporating Western African music into his personal style and covering “Line of Fire” by his other band, Junip.

    Listen to this new episode of Kyle Meredith With above or watching the whole interview via the YouTube player below.

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