"I got an organic sounding record. I got the actual thing these songs are about which is what they are about plus what music is for me. It’s not finished with the solitary part of writing the song. It’s never done then. The song is never really finished being written until it’s been performed in front of other people or brought to their attention. So this feels like a very community like effort for me to make music."
Read the full interview at Goldmine: Charlie Parr hot about the “Dog” on Red House Records