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Bands can become absolutely huge and actually be pretty terrible musicians, and bands can be the most amazing songwriters and musicians in the world and never play for more than 10 people. With that in mind, getting successful doesn’t mean anything.
When I became a ‘rock musician,’ I assumed pop music was easy to write and that interesting rock music, or alternative music, was hard. It was only later I realised that writing a pop song is the hardest thing musically.
The way I do it is there’s never recording ‘sessions.’ One finishes, the next one starts. It’s just continuous.
I feel like music will be free sooner or later, and I think I’m all for it.
My personal life, my musical life, my life as an artist – almost everything has pointed all these little arrows that make up which way I go as a person and what I feel comfortable as my identity.
I write songs every day, but I don’t necessarily get to record them.
There’s so many people doing interesting things with the Internet and technology, there could be so many ways of making music and listening to it.
I’m actually in love with all of Scandinavia.
For me, it’s always been draining to be around people for too long because I’m naturally a pretty expressionless person. From an early age, I found being alone incredibly liberating.
Listening to my dad playing guitar along to ‘Sleepwalk’ by the Shadows was probably the first time I discovered emotion in music.
With ‘Innerspeaker’ I was trying to do these hypnotic ’60s grooves, but it was so hypnotic and repetitive that they sounded like they were sampled. It was making electronic sampled music but using real instruments to do it.
The inspiration to write a song comes to me when something has happened to me more than once. If it’s happened to me more than once, it’s probably happened to other people.
To me, rock and roll is like an ethos or a state of mind.
Making music is all about forgetting about everything around you.
For me, the value of music is the value you extract from it.