Quotes by Williams Ian
Our music doesn't make many compromises, but we take it into a venue that's larger than people expect.
I definitely like the mystery of not knowing how things will turn out, you know.
This is fun; consuming our music shouldn't be a responsibility like eating your spinach or something.
A lot of people on the internet have been saying that there's no way we can pull off a musical in three acts. We just take that as a challenge.
I'm too tasteful for my pants.
Now and then, I had moments of greatness, but I never knew how to duplicate it consistently.
There is something magical about three you know - a trio is tight and nicely economical.
We made happy sounds because we were upset... just trying to make a positive situation out of a negative one.
I think when I began, I played distortion more than the guitar. The results of my strumming. Now I play the twang of the string, which is a lot closer to the source of the sound making.
I think there's a lot of naivete and hubris within our mix of personalities. That's probably our worst crime. I keep wondering what a 'mature' record means.
We're not ever interested in repeating ourselves or doing what people expect us to do, it's such a turn off.
I think one of the most boring things is a person's taste.
I don't like giving names to generations. It's like trying to read the song title on a record that's spinning.
I don't think our music has much to do with math rock.