Stars at WFUV (photo by Dan Tuozzoli)
There is this feeling of hope that runs through so many Stars songs. It’s the notion that we’re all in this together and no matter what kind of day a person has had, they can put on a Stars record and they’ll feel better.
The band has just released its latest album, There is No Love in Fluorescent Light, and FUV was thrilled to welcome them back to Studio A for a session. I talked with Amy Millan and Torquil Campbell about the band’s longevity, their relationship with their fans (and each other), and what’s changed over the years.
Check out that conversation and some great live songs too.