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"I’ve always thought the beach was such a good metaphor for the city. It’s all locked in and there’s no waves and you can’t even swim in it. There’s only potential for it to be a real beach. It sounds like an insult, but it’s what I really like about it. I’ve seen so many mind-blowing shows in this city and there are so many talented musicians and creatives, but the scene remains very small and for the most part very kind and supportive. The scene itself always feels like a secret and makes it feel special, like it belongs to us. It’s a good safe space to test out new material before taking it to LA or on tour."

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Most of the time, a song starts with me waking up at 6am, having a cup of coffee, and just going for it.  It feels like the whole world is asleep. Lyrics come during the tracking process. I’ve always been obsessed with words and track titles. Usually when I lay down an initial demo, the initial title ends up being very indicative of where the lyrics stem from.  Even if the final product has transformed from its conception, I do believe there is an intuitive gut feeling that permeates what the song.

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