With the new album from It’s Karma It’s Cool, Thrift Stone Troubadours out on 2nd June, I sat down with the always affable Jim Styring to delve deeper into the songs, their inspiration, song-writing in a broader sense and how It’s Karma It’s Cool get their songs from first thought to finished article.

Before we dive into the specifics of the tracks on the new album, can you tell me about some of the highs and lows of the process, who’s involved, and what is in store for the listener?

To be honest, there haven’t really been any lows with this album. It’s been an enjoyable…

Read the full interview at The Big Takeover


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