Hi, this is a Good Band Is Good. A podcast about music in Portland, Oregon.In this episode of Good Band Is Good, Hutch Harris, Kathy Foster, and Westin Glass – The Thermals – talk to us about about their new record Desperate Ground, the band’s history, and what it’s like to be a band as popular as The Thermals.
Music from this episode of Good Band Is Good includes:
“Born To Kill” and “The Sunset” by The Thermals off of their new album Desperate Ground, out on Tuesday, April 16th from Saddle Creek Records. Catch their in-store signing at Music Millenium on Saturday, April 20th at 2pm and again later that night at Branx for their show. (Although, we’re also hosting A Benefit for Bark: featuring Minden, Genders, and Sama Dams – choices, choices!)
“Mayonnaise” by The Woolen Men:
“Sad Over You” by Guantanamo Baywatch:
Thanks to the bands for use of their tracks!
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