As a songwriter, the Fire Theft frontman Jeremy Enigk is curbing a tendency to make each song an expression of every emotion he has felt. … And he is attempting to take the edge off some of the bleakness of former band Sunny Day Real Estate. “I definitely wanted to add a lot of keyboards — that was a major force,” Enigk tells the Seattle Times. “With ‘Rising Tide,’ Sunny Day attempted some keyboards, but we never had the time to work on it. … A lot of these songs were intended to be on the next Sunny Day album — they have that heaviness and those dynamics. But songs like ‘Houses’ are definitely trying to stretch to a lighter, happier kind of vibe.” Seattletimes.nwsource.com has since removed the article.
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