On “Hard One to Know,” you’ve got these sad lyrics set against a super-upbeat melody.
(“You call a truce and then you start a fight/ You change your signal like a traffic light.”) How do you psychologically reconcile the two when you’re playing live?
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"I'm a pretty busy person, so it allows us to get our work done," she told the site.
"And when we see each other again, we have a lot of stuff to talk about." VIDEO: Zooey dresses like a "Probably the most surprising thing [about married life] is that it's not really that different," she told i Village.
He's also known for being married to, and now divorced from, Zooey Deschanel. With “Bigger Than Love” [a duet with Aimee Mann], that’s a back and forth between F. It’s based on a book of letters between them [Dearest Scott, Dear Zelda: The Love Letters of F. As I was reading it, I took notes about the things I liked.
With his first solo record, , out this week (it's also the first music he's put out since the split), Gibbard spoke with Vulture about geography playing a role in his writing, singing into an i Phone, and avoiding gossip. Geography threads its way through this record: There are songs involving London, Paris, California, Australia, and Seattle. So, each verse is based on a different phase of their lives together.