He didn’t touch an instrument for nearly four years. Now he’s back, bass in hand, and he’s doing it his way. Comprised of himself and a drummer, they actively tour in a way that allows Wisdom to be uncompromising at home and in his music. “And let’s be honest, every bass player secretly dreams of starting a band where they don’t need a guitarist,” laughs Wisdom. “Having creative control and touring with just the two of us gives me a lot of freedom.” The freedom he feels is on full display in his music as well.
“There’s a certain stream of consciousness element to my writing process with Death Therapy,” he explains. “I try to let things pour out of me organically and I just leave them there.” The approach is a far departure from the technical music he’s created in the past, but the literary style better represents the artist himself: a fluid and malleable musician who processes as he builds. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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