Musicians share their experiences dealing with the impact of coronavirus: "I don't know when we'll get to play again"

Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie
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For the members of Los Angeles-based rock band, Wallows, right now nothing is certain. The band, which released its latest single, OK, on Friday, had planned for mid-March to be a joyous occasion, one in which the members could connect with fans, enjoy the creative synergy that comes with a new release and bask in the glow of a job well done. 

But for Wallows, and thousands of bands like it around the world, spring of 2020 - otherwise known as the era of the dangerous Coronavirus - is as uncertain a time as the group has ever experienced. 

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