"The first time Adam Granduciel hinted at a possible career change, he tossed it off as a humorous aside. 'Basically my whole family are educators,' he said in a video interview last month from his Los Angeles home. 'Perhaps it is also my destiny. Who knows?'
The second time — a week later, calling from a parked car outside the warehouse where he had been rehearsing with his bandmates — he dug deeper. Casually dressed in a black tee and backward cap, squinting into the California sunshine, he wearily, ambivalently talked through some recent misgivings about his life as a working musician: 'I just wonder, how many more records am I going to make? Like, is this the last record?' It was a thought exercise more than a declaration of intent, but striking to hear from a presumed lifer at the top of his game."
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