Hiss Golden Messenger joins David Dye on this edition of World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN. When the North Carolina band released the acclaimed album Lateness of Dancers in 2014, frontman M.C. Taylor gave up his day job, determined to financially rely only his music. Much of the new follow-up record, Heart Like a Levee, is about the complications of that decision. We'll hear all about it from Taylor himself, plus a live performance today.