All of our songs take these really big creative turns and twists throughout the process, so sometimes songs will start out as a melody or some musical chord progressions.
I always wanted to be a rock star. That was my childhood dream. That's what I told everybody I was going to be when I grew up.
I don't like to hold back, because that's how you hurt yourself.
Asking someone to describe what something sounds like is like telling a blind person to guess what I look like.
It's not cool to be an alcoholic.
When I'm writing, I'm constantly thinking about myself, because it's the only experience I have to draw on. And I don't see an exact reflection of myself in every face in the audience, but I know that my songs have validity to them, and that's why the fans are there.
I don't drink. I choose to be sober now. I have drunk over the last six years, but I just don't want to be that person anymore.
You're constantly trying to prove yourself, even after you've made it.
The fans are the biggest reason we do what we do.
It's cool to be a part of recovery. This is just who I am, this is what I write about, what I do, and most of my work has been a reflection of what I've been going through in one way or another.
As an artist, I want a reaction.
My favorite jellybean is the pink one with the flavor inside.
This is a business of love and labor.
We'd like to think that our music will always be bigger than any one of our individual personalities.
There are always going to be encounters that you kind of wish went differently. But the average fan really isn't fanatical.
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