When you're a band as big as Pearl Jam, do you really need to do interviews? Nah, probably not. What if you've got a new album titled Lightning Bolt, due out October 14th on their own label Monkeywrench? Well, okay, fine then.
As a band that has legendarily made their own rules throughout their decades of success, Pearl Jam is even doing the press circuit their own way -- only four interviews with a selected group of friends: athletes Mark Richards and Steve Gleason, fellow rocker-turned-Renaissance woman Carrie Brownstein, and the interview KEXP proudly presents to you today, with award-winning director Judd Apatow, courtesy of NPR.
Over the course of nearly an hour, these men discuss everything from guitar solos to film edits, with a lot of Neil Young fandom. You can listen to an edited version of this interview today at 2:00PM on The Afternoon Show on KEXP with DJ Kevin Cole, and watch the complete interview in the video here now:
During our CMJ broadcast last month, KEXP was excited to host a performance from New York's own HAERTS, a band clearly on the brink of something big. With just a couple of singles and one EP to their charmingly-misspelled name, we felt fortunate to share some of their unreleased tracks with the w...