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Greg Puciato Debuts “A Pair Of Questions” Music Video


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Greg Puciato (The Black Queen, ex-The Dillinger Escape Plan) has premiered a music video for his new solo single, “A Pair Of Questions“. He told NME of the track:

“‘A Pair Of Questions‘ is a sentiment of being able to feel someone when you aren’t around them, of time passing, life passing, but you can still hit the same note with that person, and how nice it is to know that. It’s a very literal song.

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Two people whose roles in each other’s lives are hard to define, hard to pin down, dancing around one another, maybe it never focuses into a fixed definition but the feeling never changes. It’s obviously a romantic song, but there’s also some longing, and there’s an element of being perplexed and a little frustrated by the feeling as well, but ultimately there’s sort of a bewildered contentment and appreciation for the feeling.”

Puciato also gave an interview about the album and more to the aforementioned publication. When asked about how he currently feels about the legacy of The Dillinger Escape Plan nearly three years removed from the band’s end, he replied:

“I’ve been so non-stop since it ended that it really only feels like a half a year ago to me. I don’t spend a lot of time looking back. I’m proud of what we did, but I don’t feel like it’s missing from my life in any negative way. I’m excited about now. That seems like another place to me more than another time. It will never be dead, it’s there.

We could go hang out in that place if we wanted to. It’s a part of me, it’s a part of the other guys. There’s no question to me that if we turned it back on, we’d be better than we were when we turned it off. No question. And any nonsense about us not being able to do it physically anymore, or that finances were some sort of issue, that’s all nonsense. We killed then, we would still kill now.”

A Pair Of Questions” will appear on Puciato‘s upcoming debut solo album, “Child Solider: Creator Of God“, out October 23rd on Federal Prisoner.

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