Interview with Shannon Leto.
I remember my mother pressing the record button on one of those big ol’ tape recorders and me hitting the bottom of a potato chip can while my brother was hitting the guitar and babbling. That’s the first time I can remember us playing together. I was probably seven, he was like five. I actually have the recording.
Perfection is a futile obsession. But it’s my work as an artist to make sure my message and our albums come out in their best forms.
Drumming in the city of angels.
If I could ask a fan a question, I would ask them… ooh that’s a good one. I have to think about it to make it good. If I could ask a fan a question…mho. It’s a funny because we talk to our fans so much so it’s not that uncommon for us to ask them any question at all. I would ask them why. Why are you here? What brings you here? What is it about all of this that is so special to you? That’s what I’d be interested in.
Old but gold hahaha
Sex is an interesting word-idea-concept. Nothing tickles or provokes more in hindsight. Hurricane was a worthy exploration.