"I guess that's a comment on how with blogs and things like that there becomes this open forum about your songs and what you should do. I mean, writing and living are so connected for me that it's like people telling me how I should live my life, you know? So that line is kind of like a bumper sticker on the back of a semi that says, 'How's my driving? Call 1-800-EAT-SHIT,' or something."

ANDREW BIRD + LONEY, DEAR | Orpheum Theatre, 1 Hamilton Place, Boston | January 30 at 8 pm | $23.25-$28.25 | 617.679.0810 or www.livenation.com

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