Sam McTrusty on Twin Atlantic’s ‘Transparency’ album, mental health and the future | In Conversation

NME published this video item, entitled “Sam McTrusty on Twin Atlantic’s ‘Transparency’ album, mental health and the future | In Conversation” – below is their description.

Twin Atlantic frontman Sam McTrusty joins NME’s ‘In Conversation’ series to discuss the band’s new album ‘Transparency’, the challenges of recording during a pandemic and the “gut punch” of being dropped by their record label.

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