Cursive frontman Tim Kasher spoke with Australia’s Time Off magazine about their fifth album ‘Happy Hollow’, which sees the Nebraska indie-rockers deliver a concept album following a storyline filled with Christian themes and tales of shattered American dreams. “During the recording process we kept second-guessing ourselves, like ‘Are we going to far? Is this too much? Are we going to be insulting or infuriating people too much?’,” Kasher explained. “But we decided to continue dealing with everything with as much maturity and as much open-mindedness as possible, and just stick to our guns and stick to what we believe in.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.
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