This episode is unashamedly about fish & chips; we tackle a lot of the pressing issues. Some of the topics we cover are the dreaded Covid-19, Seafish Awards, NFFF, Training, National Fish & Chip day and so much more. Thanks to our guests Tim Barnes from Krispies and Charlie Collins from Frydales.
Please welcome to the Party the wonderful Charlie Collins.We wander through the world of vulnerability, family bands, falling in and out of love, and the recording of her new record through COVID lockdown. What a fucking pleasure...
Charlie Collins is the owner of Frydales in Leicester & Syston. Charlie & Stelios chat about current affairs, how he became an owner of two fish & chip shops at the age of 25, we discuss the current COVID-19 pandemic, delivery aggregators and the future of fish & chips.
275. Charlie Collins on The War on Drugs 'A Deeper Understanding' (2017)
My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan
On the eve of her debut solo album release, I talk to singer-songwriter Charlie Collins about The War on Drugs’ Grammy-winning fourth album ‘A Deeper Understanding’. Charlie opens up about how the album influenced the sound and construction of her own record, even as they were recorded in total opposite ways. We talk about the blurred lines between bands and solo artists in the modern era, The War on Drugs frontman Adam Granduciel’s egoless performance style, why Charlie decided to release ‘Snowpine’ under her own name, the future of albums in the streaming age (and whether services like Spotify help or hinder them), how the meaning of an album changes as you evolve through life and the alternate band name that could’ve ruined the War on Drugs career...
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