We're in the final weeks of recording this record of mine, which means that we're in the beginning stages of Everything Else. I told my mother a little while ago that putting an album and release together is kind of like planning a wedding, and I was half right. It's actually like planning two weddings, if both for yourself. There are a thousand little moving pieces -- from the guest musician sessions (more on that soon!), to picking a mastering studio for the single and B-side (more on that very soon!), to figuring out how many, if any, physical copies to make. Couple that with the visual -- photo shoots, videos perhaps -- and the actual release concert itself, and suddenly you feel like you're the head of a corporation whose inner workings you are just starting to understand.
I couldn't be more excited, though. More soon.
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