The Grammy nominated artist has also released ‘Not In California’ about the climate crisis

 

K.Flay’s new Microcast is set to give you a never seen before insight to the world of the artist, asking the geographical and philosophical question “what am I doing here?”through the medium of smart speakers.

 

Of the episodes, she says “I’ve always looked towards the future, musically, visually, and now technologically. Given my love of the traditional podcast, I felt it was the logical and creative next step to share another side of myself with my fans via the microcast. The quality and artistry of the shows, coupled with the ease of the smart speaker access, gives me another medium with which to speak to my listeners.”

 

The microcasts will feature “conversations, jokes, musical interludes, as well as special guests including Sam Harris (X-Ambassadors), Bishop Briggs, and Zac Carper (FIDLAR), among other friends and family.”

Each episode of “What am I Doing Here?” is available via smart speakers for a week before being archived on YouTube. The full series will then be released on all major podcast platforms.

Lars Murray from PopCult, the company behind the technology, states “K.Flay is an innovator in the space and feels it’s important to provide this unique content everywhere her fans are listening via voice assistants”, adding that it is “a statement of artist identity in a world beyond screens.”

 

She’s also just released the video for ‘Not In California’, a track about inaction on climate change, stating “We’re looking out at a world that is getting hotter and scarier by the day, and still nothing seems to compel the government to take action. The video imagines a trash universe in which social isolation and littering and bad policing are the status quo — a universe that doesn’t feel so different from ours now.”

 

 

She’ll also be in the UK in October on the following dates.

 

UK TOUR DATES – OCTOBER
18th – Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy2
19th – Bristol, UK – Thekla
21st – Glasgow, UK – St Luke’s
22nd – Manchester, UK – Gorilla
23rd – London, UK – Heaven