Take Aim: Amy Sciarretto Vs. The Veer Union
Fri, 11 May 2012 12:38:35
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The Veer Union's well-coiffed singer Crispin Earl wasn't afraid to go mano y mano with Amy Sciarretto for this Take Aim. What, with hair that big, what the hell could or should he be afraid of? He spoke to her about the band's new platter, Divide the Blackened Sky, and that glorious hair.
Pick a song off Divide the Blackened Sky, put us there in the moment with you, whether in the writing process of, or the recording of. Don't be shy...
"Borderline." This song morphed and changed over many months. It began with a guitar line that Eric had written. This song changed so drastically from its original form. I originally thought this song was going to be a complete art piece but then turned into what maybe the second signal off of this record. It depicts the emotions felt during the departure of our last label.
Answer this. If I wasn't doing music, I'd be:
If wasn't doing music, I would be probably be a police officer. I would love to see what kind of things I could get from people trying to get out of a speeding ticket or worse!
Where do you see The Veer Union in five years?
Doing music hopefully, as that's why we formed the band in the first place.
You have to tell us, who is your hairstylist, because that do is off the charts!
[Laugh] Well thank you very much, I am my own hairstylist actually. I have tried many different things with my hair and different products so it's always changing a little in my quest to perfect it.
Did you like what Crispin Earl of The Veer Union had to say?