What’s a band to do after existing for over 15 years? Make a new record of course. Naturally, this is an endeavour that comes easier to some and for Stars, the journey for their latest album was anything but orthodox. Thankfully, this journey has helped them produce one of their finest albums, There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light. It’s an album that reminds you that a band can still have so much to say.

Ken Grand-Pierre spoke to Torquil Campbell about going to therapy as a band, how regular/mundane life can inspire true moments, and the unexpected journey of There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light. Check out their conversation below.

“We’re a family, and some times family gets fucked up.”

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