Live videos, lyric videos, cat videos, shirtless party videos, everything you could possible want.
Track 2 on MidLifeCrisis - Once. This song is me talking to me. "Night Nick" as I jokingly refer to the side of me that tends to come out after dark. Quitting drinking allows me to look from a different perspective - the voice is a strong one, and this song is all about facing it down.
A buddy of mine asked “have you ever heard a pop song?” In my mind it was a soul song, though being a white guy from Portland it ended up just sounding like indie rock. Go figure. I try to be blunt here – “we’re all gonna die if we don’t start to try.” The bass / key / synth solo at the end is the sound of everything ending. I repeat “need to understand” at the end, really just hoping, of course we probably never will.
This was a fun learning experience filming wise - learning how to sync up video/audio as well as perform live through Logic Pro and mix everything down like I would a standard audio recording. Minimal processing on this, try to keep it as authentic as possible while still allowing it to sound listenable.
Track 3 on MidLifeCrisis - Stay. We get a little personal on this track, though it's also much broader. Being a man in a relationship is a dauntingly simple ordeal. We have very basic fears, and are easily assuaged.