Songwriting is not for the weak of heart or mind. Just ask Paleface (PF), the indie-rock legend who came of age during New York City’s anti-folk scene in the late 80s. In this episode of For Songs, PF and his partner/drummer Monica “Mo” Samalot talk about their latest album, the self-made, self-produced “Go Forth.” We discuss how the album came to be, why it was self-made, and how PF got bit by the songwriting bug after watching the late, great Daniel Johnston perform at open-mic nights in New York in this wide-ranging interview.
Find out more about “Go Forth”, PF, and Mo at www.palefaceonline.com. "Go Forth" can be purchased at their website, Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, etc.