The Kris Orlowski interview

Kris Orlowski and Andrew Joslyn’s new “Pieces We Are” EP is a project I have been excited about for a while now. Last week they released the song ‘Mountains’ and instantly I was seeing it posted all over Facebook and Twitter. So, naturally it was also posted on this blog.

This week I got the chance to talk with Kris about “Pieces We Are.” We talk about how the project came together, what it was like getting so much help from his friends, and what is coming next. Should have asked him for some fantasy football tips while I was at it.

The recording starts with the song “All My People Go,” so be sure to give it a listen. It’s a great song. Also, see the “Pieces We Are” promo video at the bottom. If you weren’t already excited about the new project, you will be after you watch that.

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