Andrew Paley (The Static Age) just released his brand new solo album, Sirens, and he opened up in a recent interview about when he knew he wanted to become a musican.
“I’ve been writing songs since I figured out how to use a Casio keyboard in grade school. When I was maybe thirteen and starting to figure out how to play guitar, I went to my first all ages show and was struck by the notion that I could maybe put together a band and do something with all those ideas. From there, one thing just led to another, and here I am.”
Sirens is out now and available for purchase here.
Photo by Ben Bernschneider
Interview by Rachael Dowd