jeffler said: Not a question, but while you're hanging around, thanks for doing what you do! Discovered Humanistic through Clone High when I was just entering my teens and all 3 of albums have become a major part of my taste and personality today. Keep up the fantastic work!
Thanks for supporting! Clone High is one of my proudest achievements. Phil Lord and Chris Miller are geniuses.
Anonymous said: I apologize if this has been asked before, but will we ever see a release of the demo versions of Armed to the Teeth or Sublime Currency tracks the way we did for Humanistic? I really enjoyed having a chance to hear those demos, and I'm probably not the only one. I hope you and your family are well.
Best to your family as well, thanks.
The answer is… maybe. I may get around to it eventually.
Anonymous said: Do you read much C.S. Lewis? I'm specifically asking about his works like "Mere Christianity" and "The Great Divorce." You strike me as extremely intellectual, so "Mere Christianity" would be a great read...even for someone who is already a Christian. It blew me away! Loved the reasoning in it.
I have read “Mere Christianity” and “The Problem of Pain.” I also have “Out of the Silent Planet” on deck. ”Mere Christianity” is a great explanation of what Christianity is supposed to be, not the twisted (some would say poisonous) American political version that most people know it as.
Anonymous said: Have you ever incorporated the song "Start Over" in any of your sets? I am a huge fan of the tune and think it would be cool to hear a live rendition of it.
I have, on several occasions. Not in the most recent shows though.