The prolific, ever-changing songwriter joins Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room for four songs and a career-spanning interview.
Photo by Niffer Calderwood

Ahead of his eighth album in just over a decade (to say nothing of his soundtrack work and other releases), Ezra Furman remains a thrilling enigma ahead of his latest album, Twelve Nudes. The prolific, ever-changing songwriter joins Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room for four songs and a career-spanning interview. Recorded 05/08/2019

1. Love You So Bad
2. Evening Prayer
3. Calm Down aka I Should Not Be Alone
4. Psalm 151

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