You'll have probably heard Cowboy Junkies' new cover of David Bowie's "Five Years" by now - and if you haven't, click here - but the Thin White Duke wasn't the only guy that could write hymns to dysfunctional times you know.
From the "All That Reckoning" album released in 2018, "The Things We Do To Each Other" talks to the weird times that we've been living through these last few years, times which seem to be going on and on and on. Hell, maybe five years is getting optimistic...
In this episode, Michael Timmins and Alan Anton, co-writers of the song, talk about the thinking behind it, analogue keyboards, how the song has its roots in 1970s "classic rock", and throw some light on their songwriting process in this digital world that we now inhabit....
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