Meg Duffy

Meg Duffy grew up in a small town in Upstate New York and they cut their teeth as a session guitarist and touring member of Kevin Morby’s band. The Hand Habits project emerged after Meg moved to Los Angeles; it started as a private songwriting outlet but soon evolved into a fully-fledged band with Meg at the helm.

Hand Habits has released two albums, Wildly Idle (2017) and placeholder (2019). With producer Joel Ford, they’ve released a self-titled album as the duo yes/and, via Driftless Recordings.

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Talks

Hand Habits and Jerry Paper Can Do Whatever They Want

By Meg Duffy | June 7, 2022

Hand Habits and Jerry Paper Can Do Whatever They Want

The two friends catch up.

Worst Song I Ever Wrote: The Time Hand Habits Tried to Rewrite “American Pie”

By Meg Duffy | October 25, 2021

Worst Song I Ever Wrote: The Time Hand Habits Tried to Rewrite “American Pie”

Meg Duffy on their thwarted efforts to modernize the Don McLean epic.

Meg Duffy (Hand Habits) and Joel Ford Are Casually Methodical

By Meg Duffy | July 22, 2021

Meg Duffy (Hand Habits) and Joel Ford Are Casually Methodical

The duo behind yes/and catch up about recording their debut album.