My Morning Jacket on Archival Live Series and a Potential Band-Run Festival

Jim James and Patrick Hallahan discuss the band's return, live shows, and their self-titled LP

My Morning Jacket Kyle Meredith

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My Morning Jacket catch up with Kyle Meredith on his podcast to chat about their latest self-titled album and live archival series.

The band’s Jim James and Patrick Hallahan discuss how their most recent hometown shows in Louisville (which they ended up having to cancel due to COVID) were meant to mark the beginning of an ongoing festival. They then explore how themes of alienation and the struggle to find one’s place in the world inspired their latest record.

Hallahan also tells us about rediscovering what the band was, what it would become after their extended hiatus, and their future plans for Vol. 2 and 3 of their recently launched MMJ Live series.

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