Despite ‘The Ugly Organ’ and its overt messages to the contrary, Cursive frontman Tim Kasher is neither unhappy nor frustrated. “I actually think this is the best thing I have going for me,” he tells Brendan Joel Kelley of the Phoenix New Times. “It’s really what’s keeping me the happiest. I’m getting a lot of fulfillment out of the writing process and I guess that’s just not always the case, so it’s been a really great way for me to stave off depression.” Read more.
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