Episode 7: Transatlanticism

Episode 7 April 22, 2021 00:41:30
Episode 7: Transatlanticism
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Episode 7: Transatlanticism
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Show Notes

After a short hiatus, Caitlin returns to talk about Transatlanticism, the fourth studio album released by Death Cab for Cutie in 2003 which explores the struggles of long-distance relationships. NOTE: This episode was recorded one week prior to being uploaded.

 

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