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Unsurprisingly, those epochal events “seeped into the consciousness of this record.” Further inspiration came from daily runs through San Francisco’s historic Presidio district, studying about the civil war and considering his own experiences as a half-Irish, half-Chinese-American “growing up in a largely white community as one of the only people of color in my sphere.” “We did not expect to be releasing THE WAR: ACT I at a time where its themes were so relevant,” Mc Cormick says.
“The bottom line is we are all informed on a very unconscious level by the things around us.
There are 150 people playing on THE WAR: ACT I, people of all different skill levels, but they each have something invested in the project.
It’s become a way of meeting these wonderful people and giving them an opportunity.
“It was extremely exhausting but also extremely rewarding.” Mc Cormick and The Family Crest are not unaware of the striking irony of THE WAR, finding it rather fitting that diverse Americans from across the country have come together to create a work with themes of civil discord at its very core.
Having worked on its songs for nearly seven years, Mc Cormick finally completed much of THE WAR’s first three chapters during the 2016 election and the months that followed.
“We just like making music with people,” Mc Cormick says.“In a weird way,” he says, “THE WAR has existed for the entirety of the band. It’s almost been like a goal – something we’ve been looking at and hoping we could actually do.” The Family Crest officially embarked on its journey with 2010’s SONGS FROM THE VALLEY BELOW EP, followed in 2012 by the Kickstarter-funded THE VILLAGE.The “exponentially more complex” BENEATH THE BRINE proved the next iteration of Mc Cormick’s increasing compositional skills, earning acclaim for its expansive pop soundscapes and ever more moving songcraft.Please add a one-time donation to help fund our most urgent campaigns to fight discrimination and expand LGBTQ rights.Remember, 100% of your purchase fuels the fight for LGBTQ equality and makes you an active member of the Human Rights Campaign.