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  • Let's say I'm at a party and I don't like the feeling I'm getting, I'll just leave. Why do I have to be there?

    Party   Feelings  
  • You start treating your body right and your immune system is better.

  • I don't take myself that seriously when it comes down to that stuff. My drummer is my favorite drummer in the world, and he also happens to be the funniest person you'll meet. He's a constant reminder every time stuff gets a little too heavy, maybe I have a bad show or I'll hit a horrible note on some recorded TV thing or something, and he's like, "Man don't take yourself so seriously - this is a joke, we're playing music." And that's a great thing to keep me grounded at all times. We're not saving lives, but the power does help us.

    Men   World   Helping  
  • You don't put out music unless you have a sense that people will maybe like what you're doing or you're standing for something artistically.

    "Interview: AWOLNATION Musician: Aaron Bruno". Interview with Maranda Pleasant, www.marandapleasantmedia.com.
  • I haven't touched meat or anything like that in over six years. You know what's pretty trippy, once I stopped, I didn't get sick from that point on. I'll get a light cold once in a while, but ever since that, I've just been completely on my toes and it helps for surfing too, to stay light on your toes and be healthy.

    Light   Years   Sick  
  • Look, one of the things that I know for sure is that none of us truly knows. That's it. It'll hit you later.

    Looks   Knows  
  • I've had the same core group of friends that I've always had. We're surfing, so that definitely keeps you grounded.

  • I can always be reminded how small I am when I try to surf a wave that's a little bit out of my league, and I just get pummeled. And, when your life flashes before your eyes kind of stuff, deep down under the water where you don't know what's up or down, and that kind of thing, or just Mother Nature reminding you how small you are compared to it. That's kind of the main thing for me.

    Mother   Eye   League  
  • There's a lot of different things, but I think love gives us peace one way or another, and a calming effect on our soul, so I don't know exactly what love is to me, but I know I try my best to surround myself with that. Whenever I can. It's hard sometimes.

  • There's a bunch of songs that I call B-sides on the record that you could argue could maybe have some potential commercial success with another artist, but for me, they just felt really whack.

    Song   Artist   Sides  
    "Interview: AWOLNATION Musician: Aaron Bruno". Interview with Maranda Pleasant, www.marandapleasantmedia.com.
  • I've been through a lot of ups and downs. I've been on both sides of it all, I guess. So there's not one specific event or thought that I'm dealing with or drawing from necessarily.

    Drawing   Events   Sides  
  • I ran away for a couple years just to prove I've hever been free.

    Couple   Years   Prove  
  • I'm my own worst critic and harshest critic and I just want to put honest music out there.

    Want   Honest   Worst  
  • The older I get, the more I realize that you don't have to be around people you don't want to be around, and you don't have to be in a situation you don't want to be in. You have the power to rise up and leave.

    People   Want   Realizing  
  • Coming from heavy music too, it's really hard to have heavy music not sound too butthead-ish or jock-ish, and there's a fine line between Limp Bizkit and Nirvana - there's a fine line there, and it's terrifying.

    Sound   Lines   Jocks  
  • I don't know that I can say what exactly love means to me because it would be hard to put that into perspective.

  • My point is I'm kind of an outlier. For whatever reason, the success still blows my mind - that I'm able to talk to people about the music I've written.

    Blow   People   Mind  
    "Interview: AWOLNATION Musician: Aaron Bruno". Interview with Maranda Pleasant, www.marandapleasantmedia.com.
  • My first attempt at real music was when I was 13. My first signed band was when I was 21; that failed. I got another deal at 26; that failed, and then I was broke. I imagine trying to handle this head-trip of an experience when I was younger - it would have just turned into too much, probably.We all go through ups and downs with drinking, and In think it would have probably been a lot worse had I experienced that before.

  • In fact, on a side note, after the success of the first record, I got asked to write for some pop artists, as everybody does, and I did a couple songs for some of these massive stars and the review that I got back was, "This artist likes the song but it's too POP-y for them." I was like, "What do you mean, I thought I was writing for a pop star."

    Song   Stars   Couple  
  • I like to write pop songs and the stuff I write is fairly poppy, so I thought maybe my lot in life was to write pop songs for people. It never felt right writing songs for other people to sing, though.

    Song   Writing   People  
    "AWOLNATION Confronts the Megalith". Interview with Amanda Duberman, www.interviewmagazine.com. October 28, 2011.
  • I would say it's always been in me to want to have victorious songs. I sort of want my songs to have a feeling of victory, but through a lot of pain. Like, you're 75 percent to the top of the mountain and sometimes you fall back to the bottom, but hopefully by the end of the record you'll feel like there's no mountain at all.

    Song   Pain   Fall  
    "AWOLNATION Confronts the Megalith". Interview with Amanda Duberman, www.interviewmagazine.com. October 28, 2011.
  • I just find that with music I've always felt a sort of comfort."Paranoid Android" was the saddest song I'd ever heard in my life, but it felt so good - it was like, "Oh, you understand where I'm coming from." I was at a weird age at the time, in a hardcore band that had no melody, no chance of finding any success, and I was just trying to figure out what the hell I was going to do with my life. And that came out and changed my life forever - on an artistic level, and a lyrical level, for sure.

    Song   Forever   Age  
  • Videos are tricky because stuff sounds amazing on paper and it seems like it's going to be this mystical experience and you're going to look back and go, "Wow, that was magic." But more times than not, it doesn't end up that way, so I never know what I'm going to get.

  • I can tell when something's real, or when something's put together. I can just feel it.

    Real   Together   Feels  
  • I find that a lot of times when family members get bronchitis or the flu or something like that, I'll kind of skate through and be really lucky and not get that sick.

    Sick   Lucky   Flu  
  • I want to surround myself with the people I care about and that has a lot to do with what love is. It's surrounding yourself with the people you do love and trust, and that kind of thing.

    Love Is   People   Care  
  • Trying to put music out there in the world is a pretty exciting, yet terrifying, thing and I've just been through the ringer.

    Trying   World   Exciting  
  • If you're waiting around for something to be handed to you or win the lottery, chances are nothing is ever going to go down, you know, so you got to make it happen on your own.

  • Growing up from Nirvana to all the bands I was listening to at the teenage time, those were my best friends, more than my real friends. Those were the people that sang me to sleep or gave me the confidence I needed to go to first period. When we're all so insecure with weird stuff, when we're having weird feelings toward girls or guys, or whatever. It's the insecurity of life that we all go through. So music helped me.

  • Since I was a kid, when I pick up my guitar it's been hard for me to write some sort of bubblegum lyrics. It's not really ever been my route.

    Writing   Kids   Guitar  
    "Interview: AWOLNATION Musician: Aaron Bruno". Interview with Maranda Pleasant, www.marandapleasantmedia.com.
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