“There’s nothing like being in a band and creating something new with your friends,” Morris says. “But sometimes a song just comes together in your head and you know where all the pieces fall.” That certainly was the case for Could Be Anything. Clocking in at just under 12 minutes of thrashing pop/rock, the debut EP was an experiment in minimalism for Morris, whose earlier works were more intricate.
“I put my effects pedals away and didn’t touch the piano,” he says. “That’s for next time. I stripped this one all the way down, on purpose. Just kicked up the gain on the guitars and beat my drums until I thought I had something.”