#funfact I toured as a drummer for about 6 years. This picture wasn’t taken on tour though; it was taken at @travel_la last summer. I hope to launch Travel NYC in late spring. Be on the lookout! (at TRAVEL, LA)

i can do without people for a long time. i dont have the patience for meaningless relationships and pretend feelings just to be satisfied sexually. i turn it into creative energy and make art

Fun Fact:

The seemingly random word-vomit that people with an attention deficit spew are not random at all.

BIKE: From ADHD to bike, he was probably thinking about how he should exercise more to focus, but then decided that he wanted to talk about how cool his bike was, so he mentioned it.

SKY: Then, while mentioning it, he was probably imagining himself riding his bike on a nice sunny day, when the sky was blue, and thought it might be fun to tell you what he knows about why the sky appears blue.

PIE: Between blue and pie there might have been a thought about how his grandma taught him when he was a kid why the sky looks blue. She might have been fantastic at making pie, and that might be why he enjoys pie so much as an adult.

BIRD: Clearly, a bird flew by, and it needed to be mentioned.

NANA: Then, we were back to grandma, who probably baked pie in China because it was her specialty. That might have been a fun story for him to share with you, as well.

SKATEBOARD: While saying the word China, he was probably reminded about the time when he crashed his skateboard and broke his arm while his grandma was away.He must have missed the way she took care of him when he was sick, which made losing his favorite skateboard and breaking his arm that much more awful. But at least now he has a waay cooler skateboard, which he felt obliged to mention.

Then, while saying the word skateboard, he probably realized that he had left you out of about 80% of the conversation, and awkwardly said “hi” just to let you know that he was back on planet earth again; his unbridled brain had taken over there for a minute. (Which had felt like about three hours.) 

See? It all made sense to him!

I’m a big fan of exploring abandoned and forgotten places. A lot of the songs I write are actually inspired by houses like this one near my hometown in central New Jersey! —Brian