The Boston Typewriter Orchestra turns tools into instruments.
"It’s time for a change and this project is another inspirational step towards smashing the patriarchy and rebuilding a future."
"I guess the luxury of not being able to do full tours and play sick shows every week is that we’ve been able to cater these experiences while coming up with a vision and a concept that we’re confident that we’ll execute."
"This is largely due to the stress that the world is going through, and I felt we could all do well with some happy, upbeat vibes in our lives."
"techniques (that really work) to overcome stage fright."
"I really wanted to shift towards merch that feels useful beyond just purely decorative. Certainly with everyone being at home, food merch seems like a fun thing to do."
“I may step out here and do some wild shit, but that backbone is very important to me.”
“It became a creative collaboration where our ideas were able to flourish collectively while serving the songs.”
“This one takes a step back, not having an overarching concept, with more of a focus on transforming our sound.”
“The process of collaboration and having other voices on there so that it’s not just my voice and not regurgitating things that I want them to say was very important.”