The art of being David Bazan

For 11 years, Seattle singer-songwriter David Bazan wove desperate tales of death, deception, and occasional joy under the name Pedro the Lion. Recently named one of the “Top 100 Living Songwriters” by Paste magazine, Bazan’s often ironic narratives on faith, hypocrisy, and social justice frequently gain him comparisons with legendary author Flannery O’Connor. Over the course of their history, Pedro the Lion rose to indie rock royalty, seamlessly shifting gears between slow, acoustic hymns and loud, catchy anthems of modern discontent.

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