Behind The Band: Coleman Hell
Coleman Hell's smash, self-titled EP is "like a diary set to music."
By the LifeMinute Team
October 23, 2015
The multi-taleted musician, Coleman Hell is about to emark on a North American tour to showcase his debut EP, which has over four million combined video views.
On His Breakout Hit
"'Two Heads" is a song about having a love that's destructive but also really passionate and crazy. I thought that it would go over well but I didn't anticipate how well, and I'm just super excited about the reactions to it so far."
On Sharing a Home Studio
"The two friends that I play with ,La+ch and Micah, we moved to Toronto five years ago and sort of formed this collective called Sideways, which is just what we call something any of us do. We all have our own individual projects and we all help each other produce them or shoot videos or create art."
On Being Self-Taught
"I bought a Casio keyboard and a microphone and taught myself how to make music, and it was really bad for the first three or four years of my life probably. But I love doing it so I just kept making it.
On Staying the Course
I don't think I'm the best musician in the world. There are so many people who are more talented than me that probably just gave up, so at least part of it is not stopping. 'Don't Stop Believing' by Journey. They had it figured out."