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I also felt really connected to old French music too, which made me connect to that place and man, you should listen to the French pop playlist on Spotify, it's so cool, it's like all these amazing old French pop songs and it's so dope. and I'm like "Damn, I could definitely move here," and then I come back home and it's like I could never leave, 'cos there's just so many cool people there.What's your relationship to Nashville like, what's your relationship with home? My favorite thing is to just hang with people, just be around people, just hanging around and having a laugh.But you know I'd be more inclined to go into movies just movie soundtracks. Since you had to completely restart growing your fanbase with Halfnoise, has it been strange to start anew?How have you been received by fans who knew you from your past projects?You know everyone was really rad about it, there were definitely some people who were like "Hmm I didn't know Zac could sing, I didn't know Zac could make music," but even if it's like not their style of music, 'cos it's definitely very different to Paramore, they still like come to the shows and have been like super cool and supportive.I really hate it when people leave bands they play in and then make a new band that sounds just like the band they used to play in, but it's not as good.What Portland, Oregon's Blitzen Trapper does is not particularly original, but they do it damn well.Their influences are seemingly all over the place – I hear traces of Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Wilco, the Band, Bob Seger and even some Mark Knopfler in their sound – but the result doesn't come off as derivative.

Since you've come back to doing small venues after having done the whole mega stadiums run, would you say you prefer lowkey settings better? There's nothing like playing for a whole lot of people in festivals, it's just like cool, it's an experience in itself, but there's also nothing like playing in a small club, the intimacy of it. For Halfnoise, it's definitely cool to play small venues.

Did being a one man group push you to learn any new instruments, or to significantly improve? One thing I loved getting to do was play bass on this EP.

That’s become one of my favorite things to use while writing.

HALFNOISE's Zac Farro talks with Lomography NYC's Bree Doldron about his EP, the irreplaceable character of film, and how photography is similar to women.

Also be sure to check out the music video for his single "French Class" and enter to win a signed Diana F and record.

Since you've come back to doing small venues after having done the whole mega stadiums run, would you say you prefer lowkey settings better? There's nothing like playing for a whole lot of people in festivals, it's just like cool, it's an experience in itself, but there's also nothing like playing in a small club, the intimacy of it. For Halfnoise, it's definitely cool to play small venues.Did being a one man group push you to learn any new instruments, or to significantly improve? One thing I loved getting to do was play bass on this EP.That’s become one of my favorite things to use while writing.HALFNOISE's Zac Farro talks with Lomography NYC's Bree Doldron about his EP, the irreplaceable character of film, and how photography is similar to women.Also be sure to check out the music video for his single "French Class" and enter to win a signed Diana F and record.Since you've been touring and travelling since you were 13, have there been any other places on the road you connected to as strongly as you did with New Zealand? Los Angeles has become this really cool place for me.