Today I’m joined by Julida and Sean Alter, who make up one half of ‘The Blacksmith’s Daughters’, a folk/rock band from Minneapolis. The band is comprised of Julida and Sean, and Julida’s sister Anella Platta and her husband Brent. Julida and Anetta are from a family with a long history of being blacksmiths – hence the name ‘The Blacksmith’s Daughters’.
We discuss the creative process involved in songwriting and recording, and their unorthodox but effective approach to how they make their music. We also explore what true authentic creativity is, and holding in balance between creating great, honest work, but also wanting to put that work out into the world.
This was such a fun interview to do. Julida And Sean are a great couple who have great insight into the creative process, and offer encouragement to all of us to go out and make melodies in our own creative work, whatever that might be – and to be ourselves.
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