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Cage The Elephant's Matt Schultz on the emotional risk of Social Cues

Matt Schultz of Cage The Elephant speaks with Tom Power about how his painful divorce led to one of the band's darkest and most personal records to date.
Matt Schultz of Cage The Elephant talks about how his painful divorce led to one of the band's darkest and most personal records to date. 23:34
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Despite being the frontman for one of the world's most successful rock bands, Matt Schultz of Cage The Elephant has had a rough few years. They culminated with a painful divorce that left the singer looking for answers on the band's new album Social Cues.

Schultz dropped by the q studio to speak with host Tom Power about how his personal struggles led to one of the band's darkest and most personal records to date.

Cage The Elephant, Ready To Let Go

Cage The Elephant's new album Social Cues is out everywhere on Friday, April 19.

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