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We spoke to the band’s Dylan Baldi about ‘Life Without Sound’ around its release, talking about the calmer, more reserved sound it represents. “I think I just don’t want to make heavier music anymore,” he casually offers as his motivation. “I can’t imagine playing with that sort of anger now. I just don’t really feel that way very often anymore.”
“There’s less inner turmoil,” Dylan explains, on what exactly changed. “I think I finally just accepted my existence. This is a weird metaphor, but every time we go to the UK to play shows, we have to go through customs and have to write our occupation on the landing card. I would always write ‘musician’, just because I didn’t know what else to write. It was always just, ‘Well, I guess that’s what I’m doing’. It’s weird and it doesn’t feel right, but that’s what I have to write. I felt that way about a lot of things in my life actually. But now, for the first time, I feel like I can confidently write ‘musician’ on my landing card. There’s less questioning of my own motives now.”
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