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Now I'm trying to separate them again, so it's time to dress less conservatively and all that "boys just want to have fun" type crap.
He makes up with Shapiro on ‘Pleasantries’, a duet that challenges ‘Fairytale of New York’ for its depiction of a pair of bellowing wasters, and while those tracks favour the guitars and tambourines formula, ‘Don’t Ask For More’ leans towards funk, showing that there’s more to the duo than attachment issues, an old acoustic and a campfire.
But when I'm making a painting all I think about is art history and I'm only having conversations with dead people.
I just make my art collectible instead of musical when I'm put in that position. And do you make music at different times of the day than your art? Still I find myself painting on Sundays, but even that seems iffy because we as humans are on the wrong calendar. Anything involving analysis, word modulation, whatever people call "being mean." I always like James Hendrix, and I'm powerless under the spell of Ronald Dylan, Jodorowsky, Turner Cody, Max Beckmann, my parents.
And a big part of my identity as a musician is that I'm coming to your town, y'know.
How do you express yourself through art in ways that you can't through music? A song is like a magic spell, you just have everyone.
The duo’s stone-faced backup band also didn’t help the situation.