I love playing bass. It's mostly what I play in Divine Fits.
The Futurists were an art movement in the early 20th century which basically glorified machines and the Industrial Revolution.
I get to focus on being a musician sometimes, and I get to focus on being a vocalist sometimes.
I always thought of indie-rock as being rock music by bands that were on independent labels, and that's a great thing.
I'd always listened to my parents' Bee Gees albums.
I'm usually pretty insecure.
I do go through periods of obsession with certain records.
If I write the song, I get to name it.
Usually, whenever my mom would come over I would try and put on music that I thought she would like just to make her feel more at ease.
I don't like when a song goes from one mood to another unless it's going to be out of sight.
I remember learning how to play 'The Fool On The Hill' on piano when I was in maybe fifth grade.
It doesn't matter what age you are, an effective song will move you.
When we're recording, I always dress up.
You know when a song has a melody or some kind of element that affects you, and that is what I am trying to go for.
I like sparseness. There's something about that minimalist feel that can make something have an immediate impact and make it unique. I'll probably always work with that formula; I just don't know how.
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