Episode 389: Interview – Lee Bains III, Part 1

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July 17, 2018

Music:

All songs by Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires from their 2017 album Youth Detention, released on Don Giovanni Records.

  • “Breaking It Down!”
  • “Commencement Address for the Deindustrialized Dispersion”
  • “Good Old Boy”

Notes:

Straight from the green room of a downtown D.C. music cafè, Jim and Patrick sit down with Lee Bains III for a multi-episode interview. His band, Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires, have been mentioned on the show before; with Patrick calling their album Youth Detentionmy favorite album of 2017.” In part 1, Jim and Patrick talk about Southern identity and busting stereotypes

Lee Bains III, originally the guitarist of a band called the Dexateens, made his debut with the Glory Fires with a 2012 album titled There Is a Bomb in Gilead.

Learn more about the band at thegloryfires.com

Follow Lee Bains III on Twitter @TheGloryFires


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