I will be interviewing John Nolan at Straylight Run's stop in Austin tomorrow night. We will be discussing his solo and future music from Straylight Run, so leave some questions in the replies. Height hits stores tomorrow.
Are you happy with Straylight Run's current place in the music world? Also, is it greedy of your diehard fans that hope your level of success will remain the same so they can continue to have intimate shows with Straylight Run?
You've incorporated a lot of synthetic sound on your solo album. What made you want to use more programming in the production process as opposed to a more traditional analog process that you use in Straylight?