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Sharon Van Etten: Midnight Chats – Episode 69

Stories about David Lynch, bad babysitters, stand-up comedy and Michael Cera

Eventually, Sharon and I do get around to talking about music and her fifth album, Remind Me Tomorrow, on this week’s podcast. But before that I had a lot of things I wanted to know: what’s it like to suddenly find yourself acting in a Netflix series? How was meeting David Lynch and appearing in Twin Peaks? How’s she doing as a new mother? Is it true that she tried stand-up last year? The list goes on, and as Sharon spoke it got longer.

Listen below or via your preferred podcast app, where you can also subscribe and find all previous 68 episodes.

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