“I want people to learn to dig for their personal truths. We are all so different, and the more connected we get through the internet and social media, the more this tension between acceptance and personal truth is exposed. So I hope that I can craft my own truth. It’s not pretty. It’s a grueling process. But I think people will recognize that they don’t need to be someone they’re not to be accepted. We are all human, even the dirty bits of us, and sharing that helps people see themselves in you.”
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“Years before Nick and I started making electronic music together, a brilliant and troubled friend of mine came up with the band name, Host Bodies. It stuck in my head and when I started making beats at age 19, I called the project Host Bodies. There’s layers to it. I don’t want to say it has any one meaning, but it feels like a magic word for me. It empowers me, humbles me, reminds me that I’m more than a body, but also that having a body is a profound gift.”
Host Bodies talked to thread. all about how they got started, how living in San Francisco affects their work, and more. Check out the full interview here.