it’s quieter now but it’s still there, that noise in my head
am i unraveling i feel like i’m still unraveling
thanks for going on this nostalgia trip with me everyone
the first recording session for divorce lawyers was in december 2007 at the house that i had been living in which we called the oxford hotel. a huge snowstorm hit and we were stuck in the house for a week together working on the record at all hours of the day and night in between making chili and smoking and listening to records and sleeping. we were all pretty sick with various colds but we remained positive and diligent. some of us had been friends for a while and some of us had just recently met. it was just a small band then and we bonded in a way that i will never forget. sometimes we would get really frustrated and give up for a few hours and then come back to things when we had gotten another surge of energy. it felt like together we were unstoppable. when the week was over we listened to a rough cut of what we had finished of the album thus far and although it would still be another year and a half of additional recording and tinkering, we knew that we were making something we were really proud of.
oh my god i was telling tour stories earlier i am already an old man