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My health suffered. I was just overdoing it.
That person could not be further from the one who emerged from that earlier experience. I regressed massively. Do you ever feel the need to step off the train? The reason I ask is because, as I was following my trajectory, I never saw out of it.
I never thought about it until one day I was no longer in my body. I had a full crash and had to stop—for a very long time. And then I started studying meditation.
And when I did finally sit down, I found myself on a retreat, sitting on a cushion, and it was like someone had stuck a radio to my head and turned it up full blast. I had to figure it out. The incessant demands of record labels, all of that. Even though their experiences were different from mine. But I got a look into their world, so I did know what I was getting into, to an extent.
And they are a constant source of grounding. My massive motivation in life is to make them proud. But even that has to stop at a point. It resulted in the missed opportunity of collaboration unlike any other.
Like all visionaries, he dared to formulate beyond the constraints of the status quo. Tesla gave Westinghouse his patents.
What could have been is the real tragedy. Just Seventeen time.
Are you good at saying no? Apparently, the cause of road rage—as with most anger—is some kind of superiority complex, which, god knows, cars foster. I first listened to your album A Moon Shaped Pool while driving across your home county. It was fabulous. It was a great way to hear it for the first time. Okay, another one: Do you trust easily? So you have to be really careful with your words.
I still find that difficult, as any person who deals with the press will tell you. Being overly emotional clouded my judgment. I would love to just have the work do the talking. So I think it can sometimes be a balancing act.
I know a little bit about very little. I found myself straining a lot. I felt lost. It was partly because of where my head was at, and it was a big leap of discipline. Far from it. To a degree, Hamlet was the same. But not to do with the production or anything else—the challenge of doing that night after night was just the most extraordinary.
YORKE: You were doing this full-on emotional thing, laying it all out on the floor, doing it again and again, getting up in the morning, running around, and then doing it again.
I would have gone stark-raving mad. A production of that scale, in a theater that big, you are going to struggle to keep your voice at first-run perfectness. All that work I did—the pull-ups and pushups—helped keep my body fit. Hamlet, the show, is a cardiovascular workout of about three hours, never mind the mental, soul-crushing element of it. I saw in you a man who has dedicated himself to his work, while I complain about having deadlines.