Not every band comes together in the same methodical way: meet, write music, practice, record, tour. Sometimes it happens more organically (and quickly) than that. Take the duo that makes up Bad Books, folk artist Kevin Devine and Manchester Orchestra’s frontman Andy Hull. “We get together once every 2 years, spend like, 10 days and make a record,” says Kevin. Find out the method behind their madness and why writing songs together is therapeutic, compulsive and addicting.