Having released three albums in 2020, the Toronto artist spares some time to answer our customary 13 questions.
“Our lives are made up of many things we don’t want to do. Our responsibilities define us though, so we do what we must.”
With his new EP at our fingertips we go to town on Dead Animals with those ever evasive 13 questions.
What band or record changed to course of your life?
“Joy Division is really the only answer I can give”
When did you last get into an argument?
“It might be easier to ask ‘when didn’t I?’ Something I should probably curb”
“I don’t feel guilty for liking what I like because music is something very primal and emotional”
“I’m an artist. And I’m a well educated intellectual in disguise as something else.”
With his new album fresh from the pressing plant, we put Sing Leaf’s David Como under the gun with 13 questions.
“The original lockdown earlier this year I found to be as stimulating as it was unusual.”
“Initially it was very difficult to feel positive or creative about anything, it was just such a shock to the system.”
When did you last shout at the TV?
“My god, I do this a lot nowadays.
What’s the best night out you’ve ever had?
“We once drank a bottle of whiskey at the Vogue Ball, jumped on the catwalk and won the freestyle public category”
Read on to find out more about coping with lockdown, nettles and stick bombs at school.
Read on to find out more about being told off by your daughter, death threats from America and pissing in water pistols.
Tell us a secret.
“I can’t cry tears. I still get real stingy when I chop onions and stuff, but no water comes out.”
“We tried to launch an album but accidentally blew the house up while we were doing it.”
When punk burst out of London and into the provinces back in the late 70s, a schism developed quite quickly. There seemed to be two ways to go when it came to forming a band. Firstly there was the standard thrash approach popularised by the 2nd wave of punk bands, such as The Lurkers, and […]
Tell us a secret
“White dog dirt is still out on the streets”
Read on to find out more about He Man, cat shit and raving in corduroy.
“Do what you love, everything else is secondary. Money will come and go, unlike time.”