still only an hour away from home. But the shows and the turnouts have been great both nights, it's been really fun, and I'm excited to see how the rest of the tour plays out.
Q: How did you first join the band?
A: Years ago, when I was a little kid, I met Matt, our singer and guitar player, playing tee ball. We ended up going our own ways. But then I met a friend named Luke, and through our mutual friendship he got in contact with Matt and started a band with him and Garret, our bass player, and I was really into photography at the time, so I was following them around and taking pictures. Eventually Luke quit, and I was there to fill in the spot, so I've been with the band ever since.
We met the Old Notes guys just by chance, and the chemistry worked really well together, you know, we all get along, so we've just been hanging out with them
Q: What do you see yourself achieving within the next few years.
I wanna be selling out at like a Staples Center. But you know how rare that is, especially with the music we're playing. But it's whatever.
Q: How are the songs written?
Matt does most of the writing. He starts with a super basic foundation and brings it to the band, and we all add our own thing to it. Like, maybe something Matt might not have thought of or something Daniel, Garret or I would think of, and it becomes a collective effort.
Q: What got you into drumming?
When I was younger, two records got me into drumming. The first one was Riot by Paramore, and then Hot Fuss by The Killers. And those two records, I don't know what it was about them, it's not like the drumming is crazy insane, just something that got wanted me to start drumming and be behind a kit. And I've been drumming since i was about eight or nine, and I'm nineteen now so about ten years.
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