Bethany Cosentino catches up with Kyle Meredith to speak about her debut solo album, Pure Catastrophe.
The Greatest Coast singer talks about maintaining the album a secret for the previous few years and why it was time to place her band on indefinite hiatus. She additionally touches on discovering her new voice, her present musical course, and writing an album about self-discovery — one thing she additionally talked about on our Consequence UNCUT podcast and interview.
Cosentino additionally discusses how she leaned into the sound of her ’90s heroes, like Counting Crows, Sheryl Crow, REM, and Liz Phair. Elsewhere, she reveals that Paramore’s Hayley Williams and Rubbish’s Shirley Manson are shut buddies that she typically goes to for encouragement and steerage.
“Hayley Williams of Paramore is a very good good friend of mine, and I met her when she was, like, 19,” Cosentino explains. “And he or she’s an individual I persistently go to once I’m feeling horrible imposter syndrome or nervousness or no matter.”
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