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The path to redemption is long and arduous, but this story has come full circle: I want to start by talking about your album as a whole. If you had to sum up Back from the Edge in as few words as possible, how would you describe it? Musically, I tried to make it as organic as possible, putting a lot of live instruments on it. How long in the making was this album? It was two years in the making. I was really venting about that, but as time went on, it sort of evolved into a positive thing.
I think what you have to do is make people feel something, really, and I had a story to tell. What is it about these vices that keeps you coming back to them? I have an addictive personality; I can get addicted to nasal spray if I let myself.
Self-medication has been a theme of my life. During the process of making this album, I definitely learned self-discipline and grew up quite a lot, because I wanted to prove everybody wrong. Yeah, I was definitely battling them.
I think my fight with all that ran parallel to writing the album. Basically, I smoked weed every day of my life for about eight years. Once I realized that, my entire life — all of my brainpower — ran towards not doing it… Just trying to deal with it by myself, and in doing that, I got closer to getting to know my mind. I was genuinely in a super rough place.
If I can get up in the morning and talk about myself all day, you can go and get a pint of milk from the shop and do regular things that a lot of people struggle with! I guess I just remembered my purpose: Does the album allow you to move on from The X Factor , etc? Yeah, I think it does. I think I used the platform effectively, and I get a sense of people not really associating me too much from it.
He came from the X Factor, but he was the one that was supposed to go out on Week 5, but he won! I made history on the show. You talk about dealing with the spotlight, headlines, and this inner incompletion. I really like that song — that really is a confessional, I was literally just writing down what was happening and what had happened.
I would look for it, and I was sort of addicted to it. I was like, think whatever you want. It cannot be fun reading those things. Were there any specific sounds you were going for, musically? The only goal, really, was to make sure it sounded like a band — the right blend of electronic and real instruments. I tried to keep it soulful, but because I had a real concept and a theme with Back From the Edge , I felt like I had more artistic license to be more eclectic in doing different styles.
But with this one, I felt like I could do whatever I wanted, because it was for me and it was like a journal — you know, so I could jot down songs and they could be whatever style I wanted them to be. We should also discuss your balladry. Usually, I think I come up with the fundamentals and foundations of most things. Is that on purpose? I kind of tried to take that role and tried to fill that void as much as I could; she lived with me for a while.
Also, we kept in mind the John Lewis advert — they do this John Lewis Christmas advert every year, which is always amazing, and it always has this song in the background. I wrote and recorded that in my flat. I wrote this song as though it was two years in the future, where I was in a position where I was in a good place, and finally my mom and dad could be proud of me. And you got there. Did you have any difficulties incorporating the theme of love on this album? By not beating yourself up. I was trying to find solace, and trying to help other people.
Unrequited love was more interesting to me than natural love, at that point. Could I be that person , I was questioning it myself, insecure. It shows how much I know; I thought it had to be a fight song, I had to come back with a statement.
Shows you that relatability is the one. Knowing the way you write so personally, was that based on another story of your life? I tried to make it as real as I could: Holding their hair back when you get drunk with somebody… You have one drink too many, and you fall in love in that unauthorized situation. But you want to be a gentleman… and I thought that was the most relatable thing. I wanted to write the type of song that guys would want to play for their girlfriends. Do you have a favorite song on the album?
Is that what you look for in your music — that kind of sincerity? It feels like the strongest vocal performance and the most honest track. Do you still identify with the songs and with this music? But yeah, I love this way more than the first album. We made an album that did strike a balance, and there are a few tracks off it that are pretty cool. But this album, it feels like one million percent straight from me. It feels like my real first album!
Music that could not have gone on this album. A bit more extroverted, more confident, I think. Mitch is the Editor-in-Chief of Atwood Magazine and a graduate from Tufts University, where he pursued his passions of music and psychology. In his off hours, Mitch may be found songwriting, wandering about one of New York's many neighborhoods, or writing an article on your next favorite artist for Atwood.
Mitch's words of wisdom to fellow musicians and music lovers are thus: Keep your eyes open and never stop exploring. No matter where you go, what you do or who you are with, you can always learn something new and inspire something amazing.
Back From the Edge — James Arthur. Mitch Mosk Mitch is the Editor-in-Chief of Atwood Magazine and a graduate from Tufts University, where he pursued his passions of music and psychology. Previous article Our Take: Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
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