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Eulogies Frontman Peter Walker Talks About His New Album: Here Anonymous

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Three years ago Peter Walker decided he was tired of the solo life and wanted to settle down...musically. He asked the musicians who were touring with him if they wanted something more permanent. They did and Eulogies was born. Last month, Eulogies released their promising sophomore disk, Here Anonymous, on Dangerbird Records. The album in question is full of the kind of pretty introspective pop that would make Ben Gibbard green with envy. Front man Peter Walker was kind enough to talk with us last night from his home in Los Angeles about his brand new album.

Do you still write all the songs, or do you let your band mates have some say. Is your band a dictatorship or a democracy?
(laughs) It’s a monarchy.I’m the songwriter for sure, but everyone brings something to the table. Part of the band is having a collaborative effort, not just me. That is part of the beauty of a band and of music really is that it's a collective thing.