Here’s a great, new article/interview (by Relevant’s Robert Ham) with one of my favorite song writers, David Bazan.
“After years of plumbing the depths of the human condition as frontman and songwriter for Pedro the Lion, David Bazan has turned his gaze inward. His new album, Curse Your Branches, is “90 percent autobiographical,” according to the 33-year-old musician, featuring songs that grapple with his faith and theology in general. It’s thought-provoking work packaged in shiny, low-key pop wrappings. Bazan, speaking from his home in Everett, Wash., explains why he chose to explore his personal struggles, and why he has eschewed playing traditional concerts in favor of intimate house shows…”
See the whole article here.
Also, check out Bazan’s new album, Cursed Your Branches, on Relevant’s The Drop.