Q&A: Breathe Owl Breathe on songwriting, recording, and living in a cabin

Last Friday, indie-folk act Breathe Owl Breathe played a set down in the Crossroads at Bridgeport with Continents and Saharan Gazelle Boy. The trio — a printmaker, a geomorphologist, and a classically trained cellist — is now back home in northern Michigan, where they live together in a rural cabin they call “Magic Central,” which also happens to be the name of their most recent album. 
The Pitch briefly chatted them up after Friday’s show. Have a read. 
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