True story: there’s a secret list of 30+ people that we’re aiming to have on this show. One of them was Kristine Meredith Flaherty, aka K.Flay. She’s been active since 2004, but those years have gone by with a blink of an eye. She’s always challenged herself, both musically and lyrically; constantly forcing people to change what they think of her art. Earlier this year, she released her second album Every Where Is Some Where, another example of her trying new things and taking her listeners on a completely new and unexpected journey.

For the latest edition of the 405 Exchange podcast, Ken Grand-Pierre spoke to the artist about why not adhering to genre can confuse some people, meeting Dan Reynolds and signing with his label, and how liberating it is to write about true experiences. Check out their conversation below, along with the video for 'High Enough'.

“When it comes to music, I don’t care how the song sounds. I want to hear that person's story.”

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