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I had a couple of years with basically no music at all until one day when I just picked up the guitar. How old are you now? About my age, right?
We knew each other because of rugby from when I was about 12 or Did you ever busk together? That would be a dynamic duo. You sound so much like Ben Howard and I mean that in the absolute best way.
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Well thank you very much, firstly. I love Ben Howard and he was a huge inspiration to me. Are you more inspired by your personal experiences or from what you observe going on around you? What was it called? You just have to constantly challenge yourself with different things.
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That definitely improved my writing. Last night I went to Hinds in Brooklyn and figured that it would be a bit more chilled out since it was an Album Release. It was crazy, people were crowd-surfing, there was karaoke on stage…. I just go to that for the experience of just watching one person on stage singing.
It was a great year; Hozier was there…it was just awesome.
It takes about two months to recover. I love Barn on the Farm sessions — particularly because I think Foy Vance is such a legend and his blow me away. Literally in six months he was like, 1. It was probably the second song I wrote. I've always wondered how songs I like came together. Did the writer first write the lyrics or the music? What's the story behind the song? Speaking to some of my wonderful readers, I soon learned that a lot of you feel the same.
And instead of wondering, I've decided to invite talented songwriters to share their writing process with us. Most of his recordings are guitar based and vocals focused. But you'll still find piano ballads and harmonica instrumentals paired with supportive percussions whilst listening to Liam's repertory.
Liam is about to release his third EP "Honest" at the end of this month. You can pre- order it here: When I say best I mean most productive and efficient. I find the whole process quite organic and an outpouring of an emotion I am currently feeling or an emotion that I have not fully processed yet.
When I first starting playing guitar I would learn all of my favourite songs and try to sing along to them.
This process helped me to discover new chords and chord progressions. I was like any young singer songwriter attempting to try and convey my relative teenage angst through the Em7 chord I had just learned the day before. When it came to lyrics I never used to transcribe them, I would follow a more improvisational method.
Once I had the chord progression together that I liked, I would sing over the top in order to find a suitable melody. In this process I would discover that I had inadvertently created syllabic gaps that only fit certain words. Then once I had found a phrase or two that fit and that rhymed, for some reason I am most comfortable in rhyming lyrics I think it creates a continued theme and also ties phrases and verses together I would then chose a direction for the song to take thematically.
Usually I will discover the theme of the song upon a second or third listen to the recording of the first few phrases I have added in over the top. Other times I can create an image in my head from the tone of the chords and my voice. Most of the songs I have written up until now have had a strain of love through them. That song must have been ready formed and was waiting for an outlet as I started playing one Wednesday afternoon it effortless flowed into a recording.
When it came to writing my 2nd EP I was under more of a deadline therefore the pressure helped me to write more. I had intended to release and album but due to time constraints this became an EP.