“あなたが伝えたいいくつかの物語 90 minutes in a movie, and some stories you want to tell for three minutes in a song,” he told Fox News while promoting the EP.
“It’s a tough [transition to make] when you play a character that long [on ‘HIMYM’]. It can kind of make an impression on people. Maybe they love [見せ物、ショー、芝居] and they don’t want a new impression of you,” Radnor admitted.
The singer-songwriter said he’s “really interested in making new stuff and having people come along and be open to it.”
Radnor’s EP has five tracks and he explained how he was inspired by just living a full life.
“I don’t know that there’s an overriding theme other than just being my age and having lived long enough to have suffered some failures, to have had some success, to have had relationships work and relationships not work,” he reflected. “You just feel the kind of highs and lows of life.”
Radnor added, “I’m just a person who’s trying to figure out something about life and what it means and why we’re here and how to do it with a little more grace.”
ザ・ “Hunters” star also loved the feeling of freedom in creating his own work and not being on someone else’s schedule.
“There’s something really exciting about being able to wake up, grab a guitar, write a song, write a play or screenplay. I feel like I’ve lived long enough that I’m a little more interested in my own words and my own creation,” 彼は言った.
そして, もちろん, Radnor made positive use of his time during lockdown.
“I wrote a ton of songs during the quarantine, so I’m really excited to get back in the studio and get some of those down,” he teased. “おもう, like all creative people living through a pandemic, it couldn’t help but affect what you were writing.”
“One More Then I’ll Let You Go” is available now on Apple Music, Amazon Music and Spotify.
FOX’s Ashley Dvorkin contributed to this report.