The indie rock legend tells us about working with John Parish for the first time since 2001’s Souljacker, and how this new album can be looked at as a continuation of that record on its 20th anniverasry. He also touches on taking some inspiration from ’70s soul, and how the lyrics look at mortality, aging, and how we consider ourselves.
E also looks back to the early 2000’s to remember fan reactions to his musical turn, as well as the 30th anniversary of his major label debut, A Man Called E. He also revisits getting signed in 1992 before he had ever performed live, and being the opener for Tori Amos that year.
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