In part one of his interview, members Richard Reed Parry and Tim Kingsbury discuss the album's new sound.
In part two, the band talks about the new album's subversive ad campaign.
First we hear from three different residents on the issues that matter to them most in this election.
It is a heated two way race for mayor on the city's south shore. Philippe Brunet is running for a second term as Mayor of Saint-Lambert. Alain Depatie is running against him. He is the current city councillor for district 7 in St. Lambert.
As we head into the final stretch of the municipal election campaign, culture has emerged as one of the central issues in Montreal.
Arts community calls for more funding and affordable housing
The artistic director of the MainLine Theatre and the Fringe Festival, Amy Blackmore, actress, director, and president of the Toronto Black Film Festival, Fabienne Colas, and photographer and performance artist Paul Litherland join Sue Smith in the Homerun studio.
Candidates unveil their vision for the future of Montreal's arts culture
One candidate from each of the four parties seeking to govern Montreal join Sue Smith in the Homerun studio. André Picard is a borough councilor candidate in the Jeanne-Mance district of Plateau-Mont-Royal with Marcel Cote's team.
Today PQ minister Bernard Drainville unveiled the results of an online consultation into the proposed charter of values. Listen to Sue Smith's conversation with Haroun Bouazzi who speaks for L'Association des Musulmans des Arabes pour la Laïcité.
Hudson residents say their chief concerns include transparency, financial management at city hall and revitalization of the downtown core. Mayoral candidates Ed Prevost and Jacques Bourgeois take turns telling Sue Smith why they're the person for the job.
Reaction to the open letter today by French media personality Janette Bertrand supporting the secularism charter. Listen to Sue Smith's conversation with McGill University student Humera Jabir who says the hijab should not be used for political reasons.
This week, people around the world will be celebrating the second annual International Day of the Girl. On this occasion, Olympian Jennifer Heil will be donating $1 million to Plan Canada for their "Because I am a Girl" initiative. She was live in the Homerun studio.
Journalist and Concordia University graduate Maziar Bahari spoke to Homerun's Sue Smith about his time in captivity in Iran, and how his story caught the attention of the Daily Show's Jon Stewart.