Artists are often confronted with two choices when embarking on a career in music: either quit or create a body of work that’s wholly reflective of who they are (or rather, where they're at). Luckily for us, Tor Miller chose the latter. His latest album, Surviving The Suburbs, perfectly encapsulates the anxiety and disappointment that comes from being dissatisfied by life. On this episode of the podcast, Tor speaks candidly with Ken Grand-Pierre about those struggles, and how he ended up making art out of a difficult time.

“It’s hard being stuck in a situation that you’re not confident enough to get out of.”

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