WR756: Twintwa

Episode 756 January 06, 2023 00:35:09
WR756: Twintwa
Witchpolice Radio
WR756: Twintwa

Jan 06 2023 | 00:35:09

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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

I sat down with Twintwa's David Fort to talk about returning to Winnipeg for a wild show this Sunday (Jan. 8 at Bevvy Teyems Studio), nostalgic feelings for the Winnipeg airport, performing Twintwa's "deep Earth folk" as a solo act on this trip, and much more.

There's also a very brief chat partway through with Jo Wolfclan (who was nearby when we did the interview). Jo is performing at Sunday's event alongside Twintwa, Eagle Lake Owls, Velveteen, and Kaiti Rieder

Three of the four songs on this episode are from the Bleeding Hearts EP, which is a collaborative project by Twintwa, Forest Her Dress, and Eagle Lake Owls.

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