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[Table] IamA The Head and The Heart AMA!

2013.10.17 18:36 tabledresser [Table] IamA The Head and The Heart AMA!

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Down in the Valley is one of my favorite songs by anybody in the last few years! Is there a story behind writing it? Not a great story. It's the same as most any song any of us in the band write, a little bit too much whiskey and reflecting on what the hell is going on in your life.
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, WHO IS JOSH MCBRIDE?! He is a good friend of mine. The song was written about him by his lady, who is also a dear friend. It started as a poem, got turned into a song by myself and one of my earliest musical partners in Seattle about 4 years ago. The rest is history.
Hey Josiah. Huge fan since the self-titled here. Your verses on Rivers And Roads are my favorite parts on that album. We actually met in Hoboken, NJ when you played a last minute show at Maxwell's a few years back. You and all your band mates hung around with my friends and chatted for a while and I left with a poster autographed from all of you guys. It's actually up on my wall right now and has been since. I wanted to ask how the sonic shift in this new album came about. I've read statements that said you guys were inspired by touring with bigger, more eclectic bands, specifically Iron & Wine for example. On this new album, I feel like you guys fell victim to the same fate as Iron & Wine, in which you expanded your sound strictly for the sake of expanding it, without any substantial inspiration or direction behind that, resulting in you guys applying your great voices and instrumentation to generic, uninspired "Indie Rock Lite" style songs. Mostly gone are your wise and wistful lyricism and genuine backwood, down-home roots sound and what we are left with is an album full of songs that sound like Mumford & Sons and Coldplay had a baby that just bought its first Microkorg last week. Was this shift in style encouraged and maybe a bit executively decided by Sub Pop? Was it more to follow in the footsteps of the big arena bands you toured with? Or is this truly the sound you envisioned for The Head And The Heart from the start? I've never envisioned a sound for this band. I've envisioned writing great songs and then arranging them with the other five people in the band. For me, this album feels like a much more genuine reflection of what we sound like when we play live than it would have been to make another record that sounds like the first one. As to the phrase "genuine backwoods", none of us live in the woods, we live in a city. Making an album that sounded backwoods would be very not genuine. Which is why we didn't make that album. From my perspective, this album is a document of what this band is into and what we sound like right now. Might change drastically again on the next album or might stay similar. If you don't like it, that's ok. Listen to the first one. I like this one better now, because that's where I'm at.
Who is the main songwriter in the band? It seems like almost everyone takes the lead vocals at some point; is the singer based on who writes the song? We're pretty open. This album has more Jon songs, but we kinda open it up for whoever writes a good song to take lead. But yes, whoever is singing lead 99% of the time wrote the song.
1) Will you release some of your previous songs in a different album? Like Oh Virginia and No One to Let You Down. Most likely not on the releasing old songs on a new album. But you never know. I know Jon has still been really into playing Oh Virginia from time to time live though, so that one is still living and breathing.
2) What would you rather fight 100 duck sized horses or 1 horse sized duck? 1 horse sized duck. Can you imagine how terrible you'd feel beating up duck sized horses??
Would you rather be friends with 100 duck sized horses or 1 horse sized duck? Definitely 100 duck sized horses. I'd LOVE to be friends with 100 duck sized horses.
Excellent new album, as expected! My question is, what are you guys currently listening to? Phosphorescent - Muchacho. Yeezus. That's pretty much it. On repeat.
Where is the rest of the body? Below the part you can see.
I caught a setlist at a mpls show in sept 2012. They had alternate names for "rivers and Roads" as well as "Down in the Valley" they were "Rivieras and Rodents" and "D in the V". Inside joke? Haha, just keepin ourselves entertained.
Do you ever get tired of playing those/any songs? Oh all the time. Life goes in cycles. Different songs are more or less relevant as life comes and goes.
Oh, goodness, what a great day. I love your music so much and am absolutely crushed that I can't see you play in Indianapolis next week- I got to see you last year in Broadripple and it is still one of my all time favorite experiences. I remember you saying that that crowd was the biggest you had as a headliner. It made me really happy because I'd been listening to you for ages. How do you stay so humble when you have become so popular? And what musician do you dream of working with? I'M THE HUMBLEST OF ALL HUMBLE PEOPLE.
Josiah! I wanna thank you for the AMA and for such beautiful music! "Heaven Go Easy on Me" def fits my life and "Don't follow your head/follow your heart" has inspired me to give up on the boring life of business and pursue a career in my passion instead - independent music. I cannot secure you an internship at Sub Pop. But best of luck there!
So can you secure me an internship at SubPop this summer? But really, I started writing songs a month or two ago, and man its a lot harder than I expected. What advice can you give me for writing lyrics and music as beautiful as yours? I wrote bad songs for maybe 7 or 8 years, numbering in the hundreds before I wrote a truly good one. Don't think you can just start writing songs and have a career. It is a craft that has to be a labor of love. You should write songs. More songs. Songs about anything and everything. And just try your best to get at the heart of what is true in whatever it is you are writing about. If you find yourself writing in cliches, I've found that means you're not being honest enough, because if you really get into your psyche, you'll find you say things a little different than anyone else. Stripping away the years of conditioning to not be yourself and fit in makes doing that really difficult at first, but it comes if you keep at it.
Do any of you guys live together in Seattle? Who fights the most in the group when you're on tour? Who is the funniest person in the band? We don't live together anymore. We're an Equal Opportunity Arguing band. Hmmm, funniest is obviously subjective. But to me, Charity is the funniest.
Hey Josiah! Love you guys, have seen you three times so far and can't wait to see you again. Where is one place you haven't played yet that you're dying to? Could be a country, venue, etc... Wanna play in Spain. Gone to Europe a bunch but never there yet.
And Hollywood Bowl. I grew up in Southern CA so that one is a big part of growing up and the musical legends I nurtured in my brain at that time.
Any plans to play Ireland? What's your favourite album of 2013 (that isn't you own, obviously!)? Not positive it will happen on this particular upcoming tour but we're coming back to Europe in February. I'm assuming we'll be getting to Ireland. Loved our one time there!
Dude, outstanding new album. Haven't finished listening to it all the way through, but holy cow it's good. As I met Jon and then as the two of us met more and more people, we added people that we felt a kinship and a chemistry with, rather than thinking about finding people that played specific instruments.
How have you guys found your blend of rock/pop/folk? How much "messing up" or experimentation did you have to go through? We never thought we'd have violin, Jon's big instrument he imagined early on when writing melodies in his head was a trumpet. But. We never met a trumpet player we clicked with. And we met Charity who obviously kills it. So we just stayed open to what fate had for us. Worked out.
Hey Josiah!! I really love your work and i am proud to say that "THE HEAD AND THE HEART IS MY FAVORITE BAND" you have so many fans in all of the world, i am brazilian and want to know when you come to here? We're trying to get on one of those Lollapalooza fests that gets down to Brazil. Cross your fingers that we get it!
I've always thought that Honey Come Home was one of the sweetest/saddest songs I've ever heard. Was this written from the experience of someone who has gone through a divorce or a child who witnessed a divorce? The characters in the song were a creation that allowed me to deal with heartbreak without needing to spell out my own.
What's your favorite type of fish? Humu humu nuku nuku apua'a.
Hey JJ new album is killer, im so proud of all your hard work to get there. 2 Q's - Who are you singing to in fire/fear & The title track Lets Be Still's lyrics sound about the challenges you as a band touring for close to 3 years faced and needed some quiet time. is this a fair assumption? That is a fair assumption, and there's some truth there, but I think Let's Be Still is definitely more widely applicable than just to our situation.
And Fire/Fear is an odd one, the feeling and weaknesses and problems in it are things I've dealt with hard, but it was easier to write about them by creating the people in the song and letting them deal with it than to write straightforwardly about my personal situations. So. It's to several different people really, or no one, or to myself. Probably to myself. I think the person who is the narrator of the song is probably saying those things to me.
Does it ever get boring playing the same songs on back to back nights? Even your favorite song you can only listen to so many times over the course of 3-4 months, so as someone who plays songs do you ever feel that? Like on a certain night, man I just really don't feel like playing this tonight, or I just can't get into this song tonight? Love the new album! Thanks guys! Yes :)
But you don't bail on it just because you don't feel like it. You know?
Hey Josiah! The new album is great!! Any specific reason why there are less harmonies on this record than on your self titled release? It's where the band is at. Some of the lyrics that don't have harmonies felt too personal to cover up with harmony.
Looking forward to seeing you guys for the third time ever. How good is Thao and the Get Down live? Definitely get there early to see them. Fantastic. That's why we're touring with them for a second time. Quiet Life (the opener) is also fantastic live. We bring out bands that we love and believe people should hear. So please come early and enjoy them.
How did you guys react to seeing Pearl Jam Tweet a shoutout to your new album? That must've been quite the honor! We retweeted it :) But yes. Pretty sweet!
Been seeing you guys since Feb 2011 and it's awesome to watch you guys grow as a band, and individually. Are you guys going to do another Chapel Session or Daytrotter Session? I really enjoy both of those, as your harmonies are able to really stand out - especially the Chapel Sessions! Definitely another Chapel Session. Those are fantastic.
Is there any chance we'll get to hear some of Josiah's other older songs come to life like Snowed in Seattle or Sounds so Sweet? Nah, the time for those songs has passed. Time to write new songs. That's kinda how this works. I write songs about what I'm dealing with or living NOW and because it feels relevant to my life, I want to play them for people, I'm able to play them for people in a way that is believable. Those songs just... their time has passed.
Hey Josiah! First off I want to say I'm a HUGE fan and love everything you guys have created! What song on your new album means the most to you, and why? Fire/Fear. See my reply to monkeyslicky. Heaviest most personal lyrics.
Hey Josiah! I've been a fan for a while and saw you guys put on a great show in Richmond last Summer. I love the amount of acoustic live sessions your band performs. How do you think this kind of performance connects with the fans rather than releasing solely recorded songs? It's good for my spirit and soul to do songs in a variety of ways. That's really what's good about doing those sessions. And I love seeing songs by bands I love performed in an alternate way, so I'm sure it works that way for fans of ours as well.
What are some of your major influences? Did you have any formal training/music school? Any tips for an aspiring musician who struggles to write songs? I wrote so many bad songs for so many years before I wrote my first truly decent one. Just write about anything and everything and keep doing it and poking at the truth in what you're writing about. Takes a lot of failures to get to your first success.
You guys signed my egg shaker, but I've used it so much, all the ink wore off. Will you guys sign it again the next time you play in Boise? Yep :)
I'm guessing you wrote Honey Come Home? What's the story behind it? The characters in the song were a creation that allowed me to deal with heartbreak without needing to spell out my own.
Big fan from Denmark Josiah! I've even created the Danish wiki-page for you guys. It might be weak in information, but it's the effort that counts! Will you ever go on tour in Scandinavia (or Europe)? Keep on making excellent music! YES! Thank you. Definitely coming to Scandinavia (and Europe) in February.
Any chance of you guys of you guys doing a small clubs tour ever again? Poor saps like myself missed you on your stint with DMB, ya know, cause I'm poor. So maybe come back and play Velour in Provo sometime soon. Probably not a full tour, but we throw them in every once in awhile. Not sure if you saw, but we played at Urban Lounge with a last minute announce later that night after the SLC DMB show.
But you guys don't live in the same physical spaces any more. How will this change things, do you think? A wider array of themes and influences. But the chemistry is so natural that coming back together still always feels like home.
I saw you play live last summer at Warehouse live in Houston. You wore your Raybans inside for the first half of the set... Any interesting reason behind that? It was pretty dark in there... No, I wanted to dress it up. At the time I didn't want to sing it acoustically because it is a heavy song and dressing it up let me hide behind upbeat music. Now that the situation I wrote that song about is more processed in my mind, I can play it the honest way.
I love the stripped down acoustic versions of the tunes that you guys play live (Ever Since, Fire/Fear, Homecoming Heroes, Honey Come Home, etc). At the root of it, you guys are an acoustic guitar driven band, is it difficult to decide how much accompaniment to include on the album? It's normally pretty natural to arrange songs with this band, nothing is forced, but obviously it's pretty cool to strip the songs down, which we get to do at radio sessions/take away shows, etc...
What is your take on these "exclusive tracks/deluxe editions" that hit stores like Target. With your recent (fantastic) release featuring one new song and live takes of others on the Target version of the album I find it hard to keep up with the "definitive" release. How does this impact sales, or your view of the "album" as a whole? Sales gimmicks. People trying to sell you things.
Do you also write music upside down? I've tried, I get dizzy.
How is your group dynamic, are you always in good terms or have their been ups and downs? PS. Have the records from both your albums! Ups and downs. It's like family. You love each other and you fight but no one is going anywhere, because we are bonded together, with or without the band.
Will the band be playing in Virginia any time soon (Richmond or Hampton Roads?) I would love to see y'all live. :-) Not sure when. But we will definitely be back.
Hey Josiah, it's Kevin from Wisconsin. What's your favorite Stones record? I feel this says a lot about a man. Satanic Majesties. Fuckin weird.
Not that it matters, but why have multiple members of the band decided to move away from Seattle? Because people change and grow and need new stimuli and new people and new places to inspire them.
Are you ever going to come back to Toronto? 10/31/13!!
Who's laying down the licks on fire/fear? Russell.
Who in the band has the quirkiest sense of humor? Charity.
Hey josiah! a couple of summers ago after a concert in minneapolis, you, a few others and i got drunk and went swimming in lake calhoun at 3am. i just want to say im not doing that again this year. october is way too cold man, way too cold! That was incredible! Hey there.
Ever Since / Chasing a Ghost. Ever Since probably will stay as is (you can get it on the iTunes sesh), because I can't imagine the band doing anything better to that song.
KEXP makes me want to move to Seattle Do it. Seattle is great.
OR.
Don't do it. Seattle is overcrowded. Because it's great.
Hey guys, no real question here. Just wanna let you know that your first album is my go-to when I want to make love to the old lady. Keep making sexy music. Well played.
I've noticed a lot of similar themes among songs with different lead singers, so I've been wondering this too! I think that comes from us living in similar head spaces and physical spaces. There's going to be some overlap.
I'M THE HUMBLEST OF ALL HUMBLE PEOPLE. Probably if I could sit down and have a conversation with Thom Yorke on the basis of mutually enjoying each other's work, that'd be my number one. But I'm pretty far from that at this point.
Because people change and grow and need new stimuli and new people and new places to inspire them. I'm probably going to be moving soon as well. Not because I don't like Seattle, just because change happens.
When I moved to Seattle five years ago, it was the same thing, feeling the need to breath fresh air.
Sales gimmicks. People trying to sell you things. That being said, it's hard to sell albums now, because a large segment of people don't feel bad at all getting your album for free. So anyone who helps us to try and sell our album, we want to do our best to make that happen.
They were just in London, but didn't go anywhere else. We'll be back in Europe for a longer tour in February.
The lyrics are on their website : ) I was wondering about some of them too! What ronniedarko said. :)
Never heard of ya! do u like recreational drugs? Pretty much just mushrooms. Which are magic.
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