The Felice Brothers sing about anxiety with a reassuring warmth : World Cafe : World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN On their latest album, From Dreams To Dust, brothers Ian and James Felice sing about anxieties, pressures and a world that makes less and less sense.

The Felice Brothers sing about anxiety with a reassuring warmth

The Felice Brothers on World Cafe

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Set List

  • "Jazz On The Autobahn"
  • "Blow Him Apart"
  • "Silverfish"
  • "Valium"

Maybe you're someone who finds it easy to relax and clear your head. Or maybe you find your mind is always racing at a 100 miles an hour. Or, odds are, you fall somewhere in between those two extremes. And if you do, The Felice Brothers might be just the band you need. On the band's latest album, From Dreams To Dust, brothers Ian and James Felice sing about anxieties, pressures and a world that makes less and less sense. But they do it with a reassuring warmth that may remind you that even though things can feel like they're spinning out of control sometimes, you're not alone.

In this session, I'm joined by Ian and James to talk about the album, and you'll hear live performances recorded with the full band.

Episode Playlist