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I grew up watching ‘The Tonight Show‘ and Jimmy Fallon on ‘SNL.’
No one pursued music professionally in my family but they are all music lovers.
You should always read the ingredients in coconut water. It should say 100% coconut water.
I don’t wash my hair that often, to be honest.
I’m influenced by a lot of different genres of music. So I’m constantly trying to rework production and make things interesting in the live show and on records.
I kind of lose my mind a little bit if I’m not making something.
When I wrote ‘Dopamine,’ I was so enamored by Los Angeles and finally making music I was really excited about.
Yeah, moving to Los Angeles definitely influenced my sound.
When I was growing up, there were a few musicians who would have regular gigs at restaurants, and I always thought it was so cool and unexpected how they would spontaneously perform. Being the ambitious kid that I was, I got into it and really studied it. I was so inspired by it.
There’s beautiful things about tour – you’re seeing the world, spreading music and I’m able to call that what I do. But it’s about living lightly and abandoning things.
I try to challenge myself.
We’re always trying to make advancements in the arts and technology, so it’s somewhat inevitable that we’re going to make holograms of people.
No, I don’t think songwriting is emotionally challenging – I feel like it’s almost a way to sort through your emotions and put them out there.
Hopefully I inspire people just to lose themselves a little bit. That’s what I enjoy doing on stage: challenging myself with a new territory, like performing differently, moving differently, singing differently, just let people know that it’s okay just to do something that they’ve never done before.
As far as playing instruments, it just feels good to have it under your hands. Cause sometimes those instruments have minor imperfections. Sometimes because they’re so old, they’re always out of tune a little bit.
My first CD started as a studio project and I record everything with one other guy, so I didn’t have a band. That’s kind of how I like to do it, though. I like to create it with one other person, this guy, Tommy English, who produces everything. And then I go out on the road with a band who interprets it live.
I’m a professional musician.
I feel like piano is my main instrument. I’m most comfortable on the piano.
I’m always trying to top the last show.
I’m not growing out my hair just to be androgynous.
I like a lot of older, ’60s or ’70s-style songwriting.
Circuses don’t treat their ‘performers‘ very well – whipping them, trying to make them terrified.
When you listen to music, you can tell if it’s a real love song or not.
I remember seeing an interview from the Bee Gees and they were like, ‘The biggest competition to the Bee Gees is the Bee Gees.’ They just kept trying to top themselves and write better songs, and I’m just always trying to do that.