So we’re on an island and it’s a very dark island and you’re walking around at evening the sun is setting, and you find a crab in the ocean and you decide to make a fire and then cook it. The crab is very tasty; it’s a very rare crab. One of the smallest crabs you’ve ever seen but it’s still edible and you still decide to eat it and it’s very refreshing only… there’s no more food on the island and so you gotta keep looking for more food. Maybe you can eat a coconut but those get really boring after you just keep eating them all the time and there’s just too many coconuts and you’re just surrounded by sand and water…you know?
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We have our own little studio in Brooklyn right now so we’ll probably write and record there and maybe go back and work with Dave Fridmann again. Or maybe there will be another producer involved. But I don’t think we want to get ourselves into a situation where we’re in a studio and there’s someone strongly suggesting that we change the songs dramatically or change the sound. I think it would take someone, I don’t know who, for us to listen to. Maybe like if Brian Eno (laughs) was suggesting ideas for songs we would take it into thought. But I don’t know, I think we like doing things ourselves.
— Andrew VanWyngarden on production of the third album. (via hereslala
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