Indigo Girls: "If you're living your life and are really aware, you're never gonna get bored."
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, the iconic duo known as Indigo Girls, connect with Kyle Meredith to delve into their record, Look Long. The folk rock legends reunite with the lineup from their 1999 album Come On Now Social, embarking on a creative journey that explores new sonic territory.
In the interview, Ray and Saliers discuss the evolution of their sound, offering a unique description of one song as a fusion between B-52's and Burt Bacharach. Their lyrics also take a retrospective look at their past, capturing the essence of their storied musical career.
Beyond their music, both Ray and Saliers remain passionate social crusaders, with their activist spirit burning brightly. They take the opportunity to address the environmental implications of the world's current state, highlighting the potential for positive change as people stay at home.
As always, Indigo Girls use their music and platform to reflect on pressing issues and inspire social consciousness. This conversation with Kyle Meredith is a captivating exploration of their artistry, activism, and the deep connection they share with their audience.
Listen to the interview above and then check out the tracks below.