You listen to our music consecutively, in chronological order, you can literally hear us growing into men.
And I always say, I’m just astonished at how much you learn as you grow older and how it never stops. When I was 21, I realized that I didn’t know anything at 17, and then at 25, I realized I didn’t know anything at 21, and now at 31, I realized I didn’t know anything at 25. But it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. I’m always wondering if when I’m 80, am I gonna be looking back to when I was 75 and going, you know, “That person didn’t know anything?” When does that process of growing stop?
When I listen back to all of that stuff, I see mistakes I made, but also the sparks of something I was doing that was eventually going to be great. It’s all very strange. We talk about it a lot. When we’re just sitting around alone, the four of us — we think about how this whole thing is so strange, and it just never stops being completely weird. [Laughs]Jesse Lacey Q&A - SPIN.com (via electroshock-blues)