We can all sit around and say, “Wouldn’t it be cool to get two rhinoceroses to stand upside down and then paint them red and then everyone would look at it because it would mean this or that” or some kind of artistic thing for art’s sake, or art for art’s sake, or improvisation for improvisation’s sake… I think that’s cool, and there’s been plenty of people that have furthered the envelope in art and music because of their experimentation. But I think for me, the music that really has always resounded with me — and art as well — is when it feels a little bit like it’s coming from a person. And it’s coming from a visceral place. A place that is maybe trying to… attempt to explain something that isn’t quite explained yet. And I guess that’s what I was trying to do, and I think by trying to write songs in a subconscious way, I’ve ended up with something I’m pretty proud of that I didn’t know I was capable of doing.