In Episode 131, Keith and Justin sit down with Luke Dean from Vagabonds. The guys discuss Luke's upcoming album, as well as his DIY process in writing and recording it. Luke talks about writing and performing as a form of catharsis, or release, and what inspires him to speak onstage. The guys get personal as they talk about Luke's new article in Alternative Press, and how emo bands like My Chemical Romance helped us through difficult times as we grew up. Later, the guys talk about transparency in art, and how what one reveals on stage affects their audience. Finally, they wrap up the interview by talking about what the church can learn from such honesty and transparency. We had an absolute blast talking with Luke, so be sure to listen in! In the beginning, the guys mess around as they talk about Keith's Father's Day laziness and the new Wonder Woman movie. Finally, in the end, the guys wrap up the show by giving their final thoughts. As always, be sure to comment, rate, and subscribe to the podcast. Let us know what you think!
Intro Music: BenSound.com
Meat and Potatoes:
Luke Dean of Vagabonds
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Luke's Article in Alt Press: My Chemical Romance Saved My Life
First Music Break: Paralysis
Second Music Break: Life Is Not a Movie