Behind the Scenes with Japanese Breakfast

Michelle Zauner’s work, whether writing or music, is deeply personal and memorial. Zauner has a deft hand; she easily manages to tease out the elegant threads of joy and love in grief. Her work is mournful, but it is also celebratory. Her first solo album as Japanese Breakfast, Psychopomp, which she’s currently touring in support of, finds Zauner spinning lo-fi bedroom demos into sturdy, soaring dream-pop with glassine synths and Velcro hooks.

Photographer Chona Kasinger spent some time with Zauner before and at her recent show at The Crocodile in Seattle with Jay Som and Mitski. Our exclusive photo gallery is below.

—Jes Skolnik

One Comment

  1. Alix Schnee
    Posted July 30, 2016 at 3:03 pm | Permalink

    Fascinated by article on Cryptic Carousel, photographs were excelled in relating the story.

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