Hey Struts Life fans! Leah here, bringing you an episode that’s sure to hit all the right notes. This week, we’re diving into the musical world that shaped our very own Jed. Get ready for an exciting trip down memory lane as Jed opens up about the album that changed everything for him - The Killers’ iconic “Hot Fuss.” Released just a month after his 13th birthday, this album became the soundtrack to his teenage years, leaving an indelible mark on his creative journey. We’ll talk about the psychological phenomenon of the “reminiscence bump” and why the music we fall in love with as teenagers stays with us forever. You didn’t think you’d get a psychology lesson on a rock podcast, did you?

But that’s not all! Jed shares some personal anecdotes about discovering the magic of The Killers, from secretly figuring out bass lines to reminiscing about the euphoric experience of seeing them live. If you’ve ever had an album that felt like it was made just for you, you’ll want to tune in. We’re also chatting about how those early influences continue to shape his music today. So grab your headphones, hit play, and let’s explore why “Hot Fuss” holds a special place in Jed’s heart. Don’t miss out on this fun, nostalgic, and insightful episode. Hit that follow button and join us for a musical journey you won’t forget!

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