The Daily Orange caught up with Jason Reeves in a Q&A, where the singer songwriter talked about how he wanted ‘The Magnificent Adventures of Heartache (And Other Frightening Tales…)’ to sound more like a book than a CD, how he views writing with someone else as his favorite way to pen a song, the tour with Tyrone Wells going “awesome”, crediting the internet for his success, his view that “technology is ruining us”, not having a favorite song on his album, and his relationship with Colbie Caillat.
“We’re really, really good friends,” the 24-year-old said. “I’d say we’re brother and sister. (The videos of us sitting on the beach), that’s what it’s like. It’s perfect. The mood of those videos is a pretty good description of how it is when we’re hanging out and writing. It’s really easy. We just have a good time doing it. We started off writing music in the first place without any reason or intention of let’s make a record for you or anything like that. It was just us writing because we liked doing it.”
Check out the full interview at dailyorange.com.