Faith, no more, no less

Sunny Day Real Estate's Jeremy Enigk is comfortable with his spirituality. Are you?

"This is it," he says. "We really want to do this thing now, and we're doing it like we've never really done before. Back in the day, we were just young, and I didn't really know if it was truly what I wanted. But now that I'm coming at it with a little more experience and knowing what the baggage is, it was a conscious decision [to reform the band]. It was something that if I say yes, it had to permanent, because I didn't want it to be based on that volatility and I didn't want to hurt the guys again."

Thinking of Beethoven again, he continues, getting a little worked up. "We believe in it, and we're confident in each other's abilities. The desire is there in all of us, the fire is there, the desire to do this thing for real and to have our names written in the Book of Life." He stops, checking himself, and laughs. "Or time, rather, not life. I think that's the heaven book or some weird thing."

"This is it," Sunny Day Real Estate's Jeremy Enigk, center, says. "We really want to do this thing now, and we're doing it like we've never really done before."
F. Scott Schafer
"This is it," Sunny Day Real Estate's Jeremy Enigk, center, says. "We really want to do this thing now, and we're doing it like we've never really done before."

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