Tori Amos on Synesthesia and Her New Album

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Tori Amos talks about her new album, 'Ocean to Ocean,' and how she experiences visual trips of synesthesia when playing and listening to music.


 
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Tori Amos talks about her new album, Ocean to Ocean, and how she experiences visual trips of synesthesia when playing and listening to music. She also discusses how the pandemic impacted her mental health, strengthened her connection to nature, and influenced songs on the album.

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