By Rachel Sanoff Sept 1 2015 Don't act like you haven't considered ghosting on someone before. I wouldn't be shocked if you've already done it because the impending awkwardness of a "breaking it off" conversation makes you cringe just a little too much. It's seriously so rude and you've probably been tempted to do it, if it's not already your preferred method of ending things. It's so prevalent in our dating culture that we sometimes prepare for it in how we choose to date. Ghosting, if you don't already know, means that you just disappear stop responding to texts, phone calls, etc.
Each day we would come up with new ideas live on the floor and they just kind of evolved naturally. I think that room is a big part of the songs. And with Matt Ross-Spang as the engineer and co-producer we are in great hands. But when it comes down to it, he is just a very talented guy who is very easy to work with, and we are having a lot of fun making a record with him. Your last few records have featured horns prominently, courtesy of Jim Spake and some other fine players.
I think they have a record coming out soon. Gigs Live Intimacy can be a powerful thing, and more often than not it takes someone incredibly talented and special to really highlight the emotional impact of those calm, introverted moments.
The stakes are higher now. I have to care about the direction this world is going now. Do you think the stripped down sound will be a new direction for the band. If we came across an entire string section that wanted to go on tour we would probably find a way to bring them along.