This week on Discovery Corner I’m featuring the Norwich, UK-based folk outfit The Sound of Sight. The group is comprised of Paul Hubbard and Iain Lowery, who also runs the label Meat Fer Manners. I skyped them both in from England and we had a lovely chat! The group most recently released the three song teaser EP Crumpled Clothes which features the song “Change My Life” about Hubbard’s decision to give up the chef life and be a full-time musician. Kudos! We discussed his extra role in Eyes Wide Shut, English storms and Hubbard’s “do or die” mentality. Cheerio!
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