We first welcomed Whiskey Autumn into our studio in 2016 after catching wind of their submission to that year's Tiny Desk Contest from NPR Music. Three years later, the Denver band brought their eclectic indie pop back into our studio just before releasing the new album "Modern Doubt."
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- J.S. Ondara Shares His 'Tales Of America' At CPR's OpenAir
- Hop Along Performs Music From Third LP At CPR's OpenAir
- Dilly Dally Plays Songs From 'Heaven' At CPR's OpenAir
Whiskey Autumn played four songs from the new record and chatted with Bruce Trujillo about the political edge behind their songs, the ambient beach sounds on the record and the advantages of recording in their home studio.
Stream the session above.
- "Monochrome Actress"
- "Birds That Flew"
- "Let's Go Sailing Instead"
- "Modern Doubt"