“I think it’s always kind of like us wanting to make something new but we also want it to be in the vein and spirit of the band, we don’t want to alienate anybody from record to record.”
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“I kind of like to have a live show be a little bit of honesty, a couple mistakes because I’m human, and have it ramp you up and drop you on your ass a couple times.”
"I was frustrated [after getting sober] that I couldn’t write songs in a half-hour without the cocaine, but I hit a creative burst this year. I’m sharper, I’m more on top of my game.”
"But there are other things I’m trying to touch on, like the gospel side of it—there’s a connection between the struggle and gospel."
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