Life is frustrating enough. Your hobby isn't supposed to put you over the edge.
We live in a world that is so quick to lose people's attention, and to move on to the next thing. We live in a YouTube world, so it's hard to build something slow like you did fifteen or twenty years ago. You have to have the kind of show that keeps people interested.
I think when you evolve into a headlining act and things get bigger, the intimacy, and some of that energy gets lost a little bit.
You can't manufacture the feeling of being in a small crowd and connecting on every single level to the very last person in the very last row in the back.
When you do an arena show, and the lights have to sync up to the sound, and the sound has to sync up to the music, and all of that - things are really mapped out, and you lose some of that spontaneity.
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