X-post! Harmonizing Humanism: Quiet Company

X-post! Harmonizing Humanism: Quiet Company

Smashley, a contributor to our sister site Mad Art Lab, just posted an awesome interview with Quiet Company, a band that provided a lot of great music for our old podcast, Curiosity Aroused. Here’s a taste:

 Taylor: I like to think that if you look at all of our albums chronologically, you can see a progression. Because in Shine Honesty, I’m still very much Christian. I write about heaven as a person who actually believes he’ll go there. But then by our second record, Everyone You Love Will Be Happy Soon — my buddy Cameron calls that the “writing on the wall” record. There are elements of someone going “What if this is all bullshit?” you know? And so by the time we made this record, it was very much a “Okay, this is all bullshit” type record. So I like to think that it’s not necessarily new, but it’s the first time we’ve come out and said anything about it. Every time before, it was kind of dripped in metaphor.

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