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    Self-criticism blocks output Darwin Deez

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    Smith: "There is never any pressure other than my own. The pressure that comes from myself was always so much that it would even stop me from finishing anything that I thought was less than perfect. I'm really critical about the stuff that I write. It ends up making my output much smaller."

    Watch more video's at http://www.faceculture.com and follow us on http://www.twitter.com/_faceculture . Video interview with American singer/guitarist Darwin Deez. FaceCulture spoke to Deez about his study at Wesleyan University, Nietzsche, his depression, having no friends, wanting to go to New York, being on tour, his fantasy about giving interviews when he was thirteen, taking a break of writing, being self-critical, his previous album that's never been released, writing songs, fire of creation, his starting point, the first song Deep Sea Divers, an open mic, finding the sound, the feeling of self-worth, not having a plan B, start writing again, and more. (23/04/2010)