Zach Lind breaks down his favorite Jimmy Eat World grooves / songs and tells the story of why they each hold a special place in his drumming heart. There are a lot of great perspectives in this episode including how the element of surprise is an artist’s greatest weapon, knowing when you’re not needed and how he’s always thinking about what he can take AWAY from a part to make it unique as opposed to adding more.
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