Divine Fits on The Weekly Feed

Britt Daniel (famous of Spoon) and Dan Boekner (famous of Wolf Parade) sit down with Kyle Meredith (famous of The Weekly Feed) to talk about Tom Petty hero worship, collaborating, how they relate to the songs of their past bands, and what the future of Divine Fits looks like.

Tom Jones on The Weekly Feed

The legendary Tom Jones dropped by to talk about Spirit in the Room, his second album of rootsy covers. We get the stories behind the songs and how he arrived in this new phase of his career.

Jason Isbell on The Weekly Feed

With his new album, Southeastern, grabbing nothing but critical praise, Jason Isbell dropped by The Weekly Feed’s Bonnaroo set to talk with Kyle Meredith about sobriety, love, politics.

Maps & Atlases – Old Ash

This new Maps & Atlases video must be painful for any bearded man to watch.

Father John Misty – Funtimes In Babylon

Father John Misty’s Josh Tillman adds a little early-’90s, amateur-videographer flair to this post-apocalyptic clip for Funtimes in Babylon.

John Fogerty on The Weekly Feed

The legendary John Fogerty is back with a new album called Wrote a Song For Everyone, where he’s gathered some of music’s biggest names to help him reimagine some of his greatest songs. We sat down with the Hall of Famer to get the stories behind tackling Fortunate Son with the Foo Fighters, having Bob Seger play Who’ll Stop the Rain through a phone, and the comparisons of Jennifer Hudson to Tina Turner.