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We always had an agreement that we would never block each other’s creative expression, no matter what. Is it easier to write when you’re out of your own element? Getting out of my element is good for me to record. I did that around the woodstove at Ferron’s place in the middle of a snowy winter. I think people in general are supportive of change, even though they’re horrified by it at the same time. Somebody wants to know if you still keep in touch with Animal. AE: What else do you have planned in terms of this album? It’s two women, one plays keyboard and sings and the other plays drums and sings.
AE: So what’s behind the name B: There’s many entendres in that word. I could figure out all sorts of different things to say. I feel like the recording part is hard for me if I’m trying to juggle other things. It was kind of an experiment for me in the whole phenomenon of social networking and being in direct contact with your fans. I guess any time somebody changes their whole image it’s like a symbol of rebirth in away, if that doesn’t sound too gay. It must be weird after people have known you for so long looking a certain way. I’m just about to release a “Meet the Band” video too. They are designed to shuffle into people’s i Pods, 20 to 30 seconds or less.
For me, it was like that was the first part, opening it up to people who love me and love my work, and just saying, “Hey, do you want this? That was my only experience of working with drummers, my mom teaching tap dancing class in our basement. Sometimes, I’ve heard from people that they’re shocked that I’m funny, either in real life or on stage.
AE: Do you think there are any misconceptions people have about you? I’ve always loved comedy, and definitely my Bitch & Animal material was very comedic, but a lot of times people say, “I can’t believe how funny you are! ”AE: Maybe people have a tendency to think that people who like poetry are very serious and don’t have a sense of humor.
[laughs]AE: You were dating someone a little more well-known, someone famous. Is there anything in that regard that would make your nervous about putting something out there? I do think when you date me, that’s a little what you sign up for. Like I just wrote a new song this week that I’m really excited about. We have this awesome live recording from our last show in Brooklyn, and I’d love to release that at some point, but yeah, we’ve definitely talked about it. It’s an amazing change, and it’s an amazing way for us to document ourselves. I’m touring with this awesome band out of Miami called The State Of.
The daughter of a gay father and raised in a liberal, hippie family, Sea came out when she was a teenager and soon moved to San Francisco, where she began playing in punk bands.
As an adult, she backpacked extensively through Europe and Central Asia, going so far as to pass as a man while traveling through India., Sea was probably best known for being the significant other of indie musician and artist Bitch (formerly of Bitch and Animal, now known as Capital B, and pictured with Sea in the photo above, right).
There’s a song on the album called “Blasted,” so I wrote the song, and what I meant by the word in that song was feeling devastated. I like to just have a block of time and that’s all I’m doing. I really felt like it was the first part of the process of the new record. AE: Is there anything you want people to know about the album or your tour or just you? They’re just kind of little blips to come up between your songs.
AE: I noticed you had people donating money to help fund your new album. I wrote it in total solitude, then I came back to Brooklyn and opened it up to my friends and collaborators to finish it. I like to say, “Picture them squished between your Beyonce and Bach.” Those are pretty fun. I did classical violin my whole life, and my mom’s a tap dancer as you saw in that video.