The duality of being a creative is (usually) finding your safe space(s) while still carving out your own path. But what happens when those spaces are not determined by choice but who you are as a person? On this episode, we explore this with musician Ezra Furman. His latest album, Transangelic Exodus, is one of the strongest albums to be released in 2018 and a lot of that is due to the personal nature of the songwriting. On this episode of the podcast, Ezra talks to Ken Grand-Pierre about his experiences creating and touring the album, and why he holds his communities so close to his heart.

“I’m singing about how the people of my communities have nowhere to go.”

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