It's the EP that wouldn't get finished. But now that it's done I feel like it's time to move on with life.
This album is a combination of some songs that wrote themselves and some that almost got erased.
“Robots” represents how I felt witnessing the rioting and destruction during the summer of 2020. It's also about people who live their lives trying to control others and never finding happiness.
“Western Sky” is simply the result of wanting to have fun with music again and writing something that could be in the background of an old western. “I think She Loves Me” is just more fun in the style of "Mrs Robinson" but more like the Lemonheads version.
"Evangeline" is the thought that I love writing songs with girls names in the title and after hearing Matthew Sweet's "Evangeline," I had to write my own. His album Girlfriend is a long time favorite and I love the reckless spirit of that record.
I hope there are some memorable songs on this record and that the point comes across that it's ok to have fun when writing and making music.
Michael Mastro: Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keys, Vocals.
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