Brian Fallon/Matt Pinfield podcast:
Someone on the FB Choir kindly posted this partial transcript:
"The whole record is a one person audience. You know what I mean? It’s like, I was writing to my close, close family and friends and like, and the people that have honestly dug into the lyrics, the people who love the Gaslight Anthem and all of the things that I’ve done and that have followed me through [my] career. The people that are, you know, believers in the . . . [pauses]. You know, my friend, every time she goes to see Bruce Springsteen, she calls it being “of the faith,” if you love Bruce Springsteen. And if you’re not [someone who loves Bruce], then you’re not “of the faith” she says . . . it’s very religious. For me, this [record] was for my people that are “of the faith” of ME, the faith of what I do for some reason, for whatever it is that you’re buying into the thing that I’m putting out into the world. This is what this record was for. And it was about exposing a lot and just being sort of, “I don’t know what to do, I don’t have the answers but here they are, here’s the questions.”
Are you still (we're you ever) of the faith?