WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2016 |
Posted by: David Pitz
"I don't know if I was in ten bands if I would ever be satisfied with the amount of things I want to do and say in music." It's a revealing comment coming from Anthony Green. "I need to get everything out. I couldn't be in enough bands or have enough time to do and fully express all the things I want to with music. It's my nightmare."
Give Green credit for trying though. The man has been around forever, and counts Circa Survive, Soasin, The Sound of Animals Fighting, and a current, super-secret side project to his resume (that's just the tip of the iceberg too). He also recently released a solo album titled Pixie Queen, which is why the Pennsylvania native recently popped in for a Baeble NEXT Session. Performing four songs ("From What I Understand", "A Reason To Stay", "You'll Be Fine", and "Cellar") from the album, Green's knack for putting his most personal narratives and emotions out into the world is on full display. In addition to touching on some of the inspirations behind the new album, Green also spoke rather eloquently of his ungodly, musical work ethic. "I love making music," Green declared. "So if you enjoy people that love making music...making your music, I'm your guy". It's true. He is totally our guy.