September 4, 2018

EP. 70 — What’s it Like Being the Voice of a Generation? with Michelle Wolf & Florence Welch

Michelle Wolf is a comedian & writer featured performer at the 2018 White House Correspondents’ Dinner and hosted The Break with Michelle Wolf. Florence Welch is an English musician, producer, singer/songwriter, and lead vocalist and primary songwriter of Florence & The Machine.

They join Jonathan live at Outside Lands Festival to talk a variety subjects including reactions to Michelle’s Correspondents’ Dinner set and politicians not being able to take a joke, Florence’s approach to songwriting and using sadness for musical inspiration, and more.

Find Michelle’s work at https://www.michelleisawolf.com/. She’s on Twitter and Instagram @michelleisawolf.

Find Florence’s work https://florenceandthemachine.net/. She’s on Twitter @flo_tweet and Instagram @florence.

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