Now, the singer and composer is aiming to take center stage himself
On throwing a “Caribou Party,” touring Scotland, and recording in a barn.
"As an artist, most people are not thinking about me so I can do whatever I want and it’ll be just fine."
“No one wants to live in a world where music is created to please a cold-blooded algorithm."
“Then this thing happened. I decided to pivot. It was probably my best shot at attracting some national attention to Nebraska.”
“There’s a history of music being made that way going back to the mid-’70s.”
On recording remotely during a pandemic and rocking even harder.
“The solution lies in collaborative spaces”
"I realized that it would be a really cool way to continue that spirit of collaboration and mutual support during a time where we can’t tour and play shows."
“It started as a vision I had while listening to the song over and over again during the early stages of the quarantine.”