R&B/Soul • 21m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs At Home series, moderator Scott Goldman talks with rising artist Arlo Parks about her debut album, songwriting, and more. Her debut album, Collapsed In Sunbeams, has been one of 2021's most talked about records worldwide. In addition to reaching the top 3 of the UK Album Charts, it was nominated for Album Of The Year at the BRITS, with Parks winning Best New Artist at the ceremony. Meanwhile, as a songwriter, Arlo has gained new fans in Billie Eilish, Florence Welch, Michelle Obama, Angel Olsen, Phoebe Bridgers, Massive Attack and renowned writer Zadie Smith, amongst many others.
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