Tennyson Writes Album After New Hearing Condition

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Tennyson talks about his new album, Rot, written after he developed a hearing condition brought on by mold exposure that caused intense sensitivity to sound.

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Tennyson talks about his new album, Rot, written after he developed a hearing condition brought on by mold exposure that caused intense sensitivity to sound.  

“It started suddenly. I was upstairs and someone was doing dishes and I noticed that it was extremely loud. I went outside to try and relax and the sound of the birds were piercing and the sound of the wind in the leaves of the trees felt like sandpaper,” Tennyson says.  

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