“The creative process is something that you kind of learn. You get a feel for it the better you get at it …
“I take walks at a park and that clears my brain out and makes me able to write songs better … I go to the studio and sit down at the piano and play chords. Whatever I feel like playing, you know? And then a melody starts to happen, and then the lyrics start to happen, and then you’ve got a song …”
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