North Carolina’s Superchunk recently stopped by KEXP to play songs off their twelfth studio album, Wild Loneliness, released in early 2022.


 
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EPISODE WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY JULIAN MARTLEW
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North Carolina’s Superchunk have been ripping since 1989, as one of the bands that helped define the legendary music scene of Chapel Hill in the ‘90s. They recently stopped by KEXP to play songs off their twelfth studio album, Wild Loneliness, released in early 2022. The band chats with Cheryl Waters about the collaborative nature of the record and how the addition of voices such as Sharon Van Etten, Camera Obscura’s Tracyanne Campbell, and Mike Mills of REM helped elevate both the album and the band as a whole.

Recorded 04/04/2022.

  1. Wild Loneliness
  2. Refracting
  3. Endless Summer
  4. Rainy Street

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