Alea Rae Clark: The Power of Sadness, Androgyny, and Art Rock

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This episode features Alea Rae Clark, a singer, lyricist, and guitarist in the band Douse. Alea chats with Mica about why they transitioned away from their image as "front-woman" and how identifying as non-binary has helped Douse become more unified as a band. Alea and Mica also discuss whether sadness is necessary to create art, whether lyric-writing robots are a useful tool or a disgrace to humanity and the songwriting process, and what, exactly, is "art rock"? *Also featured: THREE hot tracks from Douse's debut album, "The Light in You Has Left"! Full album available now at https://douseband.com/music/

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