I can’t believe Hodor cut off Arya’s arms and strapped them to Tyrion’s legs so he’d be tall enough to behead Rickon’s direwolf!
Anonymous asked: Not sure if this is a silly question or not, because the songs may be pretty straight-forward, but I'd love to hear more about your thinking behind the songs 'Young Blood' and 'In the Trees' and Summed Smoke. They're mesmerizing and have been played countless times since the end of 2012. I often feel sorry for anyone who hasn't had the pleasure of listening to your music, and make sure to play it at every gathering. And people always say 'who is this? It's amazing!' Loving Huntress, too!!!
Wow that’s honestly one of nicest things anyone has said about my music. Thank-you very much.
The songs themselves (and almost every Cemeteries song) were intentional slow-burns. It’s always tough for me to finalize a tracklist because every song is essentially a closing track.
Lyrically, it’s tough for me to say what my songs are about. I obviously have some ideas but some were written in the moment more than 3 years ago. I hope everyone that cares enough to listen closely has their own take on my lyrics.
I just realized I didn’t really answer anything you asked. Sorry!
But thanks again,
Hey, if you’re tired of hearing about Camp Counselors, I released a Cemeteries album full of B-sides and demos earlier this year:
The best films of 2013 so far:
Sightseers, The Place Beyond the Pines, Mud, Upstream Color, Evil Dead, Stoker.
Dark Skies, The ABCs of Death.