I like what I like, I don't like what I don't like, and I'm very bad at toning myself down.
I don't function well in certain aspects of society, and you can read into that what you will.
I have some vivid memories of walking around as a child with a cassette tape.
I'm very ambitious, musically - I want to create great things, not mediocre work.
I don't know if I'm attention deficit, but I certainly am easily distracted by other things.
I'm learning on the guitar all the time.
I don't know about folk music. I play guitar, so there's a feeling I make folk music.
I'm mostly a keep-to-myself kind of guy, but you slowly find yourself getting folded into the musical tapestry.
I've traveled quite a lot and become a coffee nut.
The idea of trying to predict what people will or won't respond to is risky.
You get one chance to make an impression, and coasting through is a disservice.
You play a couple of shows, and these label guys come - and they leave halfway through a show. Then the phone calls just stop. And your heart is broken.
I was never a 'sit down with a notepad and write lyrics' kind of person.
Food in Dublin has gotten immeasurably better than it was. When I was a kid, there weren't a lot of options. Now you're overwhelmed with options.
I didn't really learn how to play guitar until I was in college.
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