SPRINTS on Catholic Guilt, Sexism, and ADHD

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Karla Chubb of the Irish garage-punk band SPRINTS talks with Emily Fox about the band's debut album, Letter To Self.

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Karla Chubb of the Irish garage-punk band SPRINTS talks with Emily Fox about the band's debut album, Letter To Self. They discuss the inspiration behind some of the songs, including campaigning to end the abortion ban in Ireland, Catholic guilt and being queer, and the unfair standards women are held to in music. Karla also talks about her recent ADHD diagnosis and why girls and women are under-diagnosed.

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