WR739: Bicycle Face

Episode 739 November 07, 2022 00:35:00
WR739: Bicycle Face
Witchpolice Radio
WR739: Bicycle Face

Nov 07 2022 | 00:35:00

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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

It’s the triumphant return of Bicycle Face to the podcast!

I hung out with the mostly non-Christmas joy-pop duo and talked about their upcoming space-themed album, returning from the great Unicycle Face schism, Myrrhvana and Xmas EPs, making music videos with cows, and so much more!

Note: At a few points there's some weird robot-sounding (thematically appropriate, eh?) feedback on one of the BF members' ends of the conversation, but it certainly doesn't take away from the interview at all.

Can't get enough Bicycle Face? Hear them way back on episode 169 (March 2016), and hear the members individually on episodes 500 (Theresa, July 2020) and 533 (Ava, Oct. 2020).

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