KEXP DJ Morgan Chosnyk and KEXP’s Video Manager Jim Beckmann take us behind the scenes of the session and discuss The Smile's debut album. Then, the Seattle-based New York Times Bestselling writer, Ijeoma Oluo, shares a personal essay reflecting on the idea of change, inspired by attending The Smile's KEXP performance.

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During the pandemic, Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood, along with drummer Tom Skinner of Sons of Kemet, formed The Smile. The group recently stopped by the KEXP studios for a live performance that can be viewed in full on KEXP's YouTube channel.

On this episode, KEXP DJ Morgan Chosnyk and KEXP’s Video Manager Jim Beckmann take us behind the scenes of the session and discuss The Smile's debut album. Then, the Seattle-based New York Times Bestselling writer, Ijeoma Oluo, shares a personal essay reflecting on the idea of change, inspired by attending The Smile's KEXP performance.

Watch the full session with The Smile here.

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