Juliette Commagere Queens Die Proudly


(co-producing and writing)

I feel like we made this record in some sort of waking dream state. We spent so many hot days and nights in Martin’s home in Silverlake. It was Juliette’s first solo record after our band broke up, so it was a new beginning. We got really into St. Germain and white wine spritzers. We recorded the birds who sang outside the studio. Bronson got skunked over and over. It was a time of wonder.