Laura Stevenson tells me of her years in Brooklyn, not being much of a planner, her Patreon, her daughter, her battle with a housefly, working at a movie theatre, living with lots of roommates, studying art history, getting in trouble for her fake moon landing-inspired 'Telluride', the permanence of songwriting, and couple of sideline job stories...
Photograph by Bon Jane
Laura Stevenson is out now via Don Giovanni Records (or Specialist Subject Records in the UK).
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Songs: Laura Stevenson 'Children's National Transfer', Cock Sparrer 'Working'
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