Zac Farro Quotes
Born: June 4, 1990
That's the point of music, to not be selfish and to help other people, I think.
Music and friends are the most important to me really, it's all I ever do.
I love coffee, I love my family, I love being in New Zealand - that's honestly one of my top five favourite things - faith is important to me, and I hope to be married one day. I love that coffee was number one.
I don't like meeting bands that I like, because in the slight case that they might not be cool, it kind of ruins it for me.
My thing is I'd love to be friends with Thom Yorke but if he wasn't a nice guy it would ruin everything for me, I probably wouldn't be able to listen to his music.
I know so many people that I wouldn't have ever met had I not have been travelling since I was fourteen.
When you're a kid and you're in a classroom, anybody would die to be hanging out in London or having their sixteenth birthday in Japan.
For the most part, I'm extremely thankful for the life I have and what I get to do in the future.
Mainly, life experiences with my family or travelling as a young kid, I feel like I had a different lifestyle than a lot of people leaving on tour when I was fourteen and stuff, so I pull from that.
I take my faith seriously.
I would never really listen to my own music or whatever, but I write music so I can deal with things and I hope that some people can relate in that. Maybe help people, or just bring a smile to their face or make them feel cool or something.
If I can hear it I can kind of play it. I guess that's how I write, just how something feels.
When I took drum lessons as a kid the teacher would always ask me if I practiced, and I'd be like 'nope' and he'd be like: 'Well you're not going to be able to play the beat.' So I would ask him to show me, and he'd show me and I'd be able to hear it and play it, so I've always not really been good at reading things.
I'm not really the most confident guy in the world, but I also don't care too much about what people think about me either. I just try to be honest in what I like and see who likes it.
I really write emotionally so whatever mood I'm in, or if a chord hits me a certain way that's what I'll go off of.