Art is meant to be challenged, meant to evolve, and meant to invigorate the creator. These are the types of feelings one feels when listening to Susanne Sundfør's latest album, Music For People In Trouble. The album touches upon the world we live in today, the emotional turmoil of living in a world where the future is in a constant state of uncertainty. And yet, there's a sense of calm throughout the album, a sense of awe at the sheer modesty within Sundfør's vocals.

For the latest edition of the 405 Exchange podcast, Ken Grand-Pierre spoke to Susanne about why her next project had to be different, how climate change inspired the new album, working with John Grant, and considering the words that were being sung on 'The Sound of War'. Check out their conversation below.

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