Gary Lightbody Quotes
Gary Lightbody (born 15 June 1976) is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter from Northern Ireland best known as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the alternative rock band Snow Patrol.
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“We spent two months in a little house, once frequented by Kate Bush, actually, so it had a bit of musical history.”
“Thank you very much, Toronto! I have fucking laryngitis so I'm sorry if I don't hit all the notes.”
“We are very proud of what we've done. Before we went into the studio we were genuinely worried that it might be hard. But the second we started writing the songs just came pouring out. The real work for me was the words, but the music, that was, well not easy, but natural.”
I think I write honestly about what goes on in a guy's mind, and girls are interested in that. As a sex, we're not the best communicators when it comes to talking to the women in our lives. I know I'm not "? but I'm much better when I have a pen and paper in my hand.
I wrote an album about being in love. I don't think it's possible to write an album while you're in love - why on earth would you bother? I mean, Christ. If you're in there writing songs about someone rather than just being with them and kissing their every molecule, surely the person that you're with must be asking some questions as well.
This is our most complete record by far. A Hundred Million Suns sounds like the marriage of everything we learned from the Jeepster years and the Fiction years made into something new and bolder. Our spikiness and our indie-ness are coming through again with all the poppiness of the last two records. There's a lot of melody here and you can't cloak that whatever you do with it. This album is touched by our entire history, and hopefully sounds like our future too.
I'm not saying there's not darkness in there still, but it's happening from outward factors more than inward. Maybe things are terrifying, but they're beautiful, too. The world is extremely surprising.
“It was an amazing experience, seeing how that machine worked, because it is a gigantic machine, but it's also very human. All the crew, the catering staff and management are very friendly and very easy-going and very kind to support bands.”