How Perfume Genius Learned to Live in the Moment

How Perfume Genius Learned to Live in the Moment

By Max Totsky

After touring his essential fourth album No Shape for a month, Mike Hadreas (aka Perfume Genius) talks to PopMatters about why this project is his most immediate and everything that implies. 22 Jun 2017 // 8:38 AM

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