Frontwoman Sydney Sierota talks about the emergent band's ever-growing popularity and success, not least of all her own.
"I’d like to think that I’m capable of durable goods that stand the test of time," the music legend says in this previously unpublished 2012 interview. "That’s the way I work, every song. Every song is that important."
The Blood, Sweat and Tears legend discusses his LP, Soul Ballads,and how rhythm and blues in particular has influenced the music he's made throughout his career.
The mercurial legend proves himself surprisingly suited to these songs of auspicious pining and futile, forlorn desire.
Interview: Singer/Songwriter Miel de Botton Realizes Enduring Musical Ambition and Passion on 'Magnetic' Debut
'There was a growing freedom in me in feeling that I really wanted to pursue what I wanted to do in life, and that life can be short...'
June 26, 2012
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June 07, 2012
(First published at Something Else! Reviews.)