James Yorkston – one-third of the inventive panglobal collective Yorkston/Thorne/Khan – recently spoke to The Scotsman about staying home during the COVID-19 crisis. “The hardest part for me is worrying about my elderly parents. Cancelling a couple of dozen gigs I’m actually okay with. It’s meant I’m seeing more of the children and less of the airport.” Of course, those gigs were in support of the group’s fantastic new album Navarasa: Nine Emotions, which is currently at radio. Although he wasn’t able to perform with compatriots Jon Thorne and Suhail Yusuf Khan, Yorkston did a live session for The Scotsman that he filmed in an extraordinarily picturesque setting.
Enjoy it right here.