INITIALLY A RECORDING OUTLET FOR A PARTICULAR STRAIN OF YORKSHIRE-BASED PAUL LITTLEWOOD’S SONGWRITING, THE EVOCATIVELY NAMED EASTERN SEABOARD RADIO STATION HAS RECENTLY RELEASED AN ALBUM AND BEGUN TO PLAY LIVE AS A FULL BAND.
In this new edition of The Mouthcast, recorded just an hour before the band took to the stage for the very first time, Littlewood discusses his songwriting, and reflects on how Neil Young’s classic 1970 album AFTER THE GOLDRUSH was the key to moving in a new direction. He also talks about the ‘lonesome kind of feeling’ apparent in Eastern Seaboard Radio Station’s haunting lyrics and spectral balladry. During the chat he plays two songs from the album in a live and acoustic session…
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