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Gold Panda: Midnight Chats Podcast – Episode 05

In late-night conversation for the 5th episode of our interview podcast, Gold Panda talks about his forthcoming, third album, 'Good Luck and Do Your Best', and how Japan continues to be a potent source of inspiration.

Every other Thursday at midnight we post a new late-night conversation with a musician we like. This week, for Episode 5 of our Midnight Chats podcast, our guest is Gold Panda, ahead of his new album ‘Good Luck And Do Your Best’. Have a listen below or via iTunes for observations and waffle on Essex, Berlin and how a couple of recent trips to Japan with photographer Laura Lewis inspired a new record.

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This is Midnight Chats episode #5.

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