Diego Molina Visits ‘Sunshine Spotlight’

Reality Check’s James Campion has ventured into the world of podcasting with a new, inspirational, and oh-so musical show. You can now listen to biweekly interviews with artists of varying genres, immense expertise, and vulnerable life stories.

Episode 28 takes listeners and viewers on the journey of one artist, two bands, and too many stylish musical elements to name. That artist is Diego Molina, who formed the band Romantic Relevance at just 16, has more recently created for S.A.D. (Socially Acceptable Drugs), and is a visualizer just as much as he is a dreamer, a lyricist and poet in the same way he is a performer, and an overarching creative whose internal and external colors shine brightest while making something special (ie: “Blood Runs Dry”). Molina’s conversation with Campion is exploratory and inspiring, putting his “verse, instrumental, chorus” kind of sound on the map.

For more information on the background on Sunshine Spotlight’s stellar guests and the happenings of Underwater Sunshine Fest, visit underwatersunshinefest.com.

Read more about James Campion’s last episode with Mike Montali of Hollis Brown here!