Southern farmer voice:
“There’s a storm comin’…” (at out & aboot)
Dec 2Dec 2
"I realised around when Boxer came out that I wanted to [be in a band] for a long time, and I didn’t want to look like one of these guys in their forties trying to look like they are still in their twenties. So I got a suit fitted and thought "I can wear this until I’m a 100 years old." It’s important to show I respect that more people are coming to our shows now. This is important, and I should dress up for it."
It was born in New York, and it’s just intense, there are some wild words in it that just sort of popped up. I think that people are gonna love ‘Wild Heart’…it’s the one song that I go back to time and time again and listen to. There’s something about the vocal that just gives me shivers, because it’s just so real. People will understand that probably more than a lot of other things, because it definitely takes you through your nervous breakdown, and through your recovery and it takes you through your survival.
And everybody’s heart is wild, so it’s not like I’ve got any kind of hold on it, ‘cause this entire album was written for everybody, and their wild heart. This was very much meant to be shared and given to people, to have them just love the idea that they have wild hearts, ‘cause I love that, I love that…
If you’re ever bored, watch the video these gifs are from. Watching Stevie effortlessly harmonize over herself is unreal. Beautiful.