Pro tips on creative collaboration from Cindy Wilson of The B-52s

Few bands embody the spirit of new wave music like The B-52s. Long before “Love Shack” made them mainstream pop stars, the group had already become iconic innovators with weird, wonderful classics like “Rock Lobster” and “Private Idaho.” Last year, founding member Cindy Wilson released her first solo records, which are remarkable not only for their lush dreampop arrangements, but also for the new vocal style they showcase. We had a chance to chat with Cindy and her new bandmates about how they co-created their new sound, and how her collaborative process has evolved since her early days in The B-52s.

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