The lead singer tells us about making sure this wasn’t a pandemic record, the loss of mystique with direct access to artists, and writing as a character with disappointing relationships. In fact, its those relationships that finds the album’s narrator hooking up with a sex robot and singing about Jussy’s Girl, which is and isn’t a nod to the Rick Springfield song.
Hawkins also takes us into the music and describes how he comes up with his guitar solos, leaning into ’80s goth rock, and a bit of the backstories behind the bonus tracks.
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