Meet Savoir Adore
Milk Made’s Jessica Conatser caught up with Savoir Adore after their show at Brooklyn’s Cameo Gallery to ask them a few ‘getting to know you’ questions.
Milk Made: Where are you from?
Paul Hammer: Carmel, NY.
Deidre Muro: St. James, NY on Long Island.
MM: What was your first gig?
PH: Performing Fur Elise at a town hall meeting in 2nd grade.
DM: Singing in my mom’s church choir.
MM: What are some of your favorite NYC watering holes?
PH: Rye, Marlow and Sons, Nita Nita.
DM: Nitehawk, Moto.
MM: What is your latest/newfound inspiration?
PH: Long walks alone.
DM: The arrangements in early 60s recordings of Scott Walker/The Walker Brothers, Tom Jones and Nino Rota scores.
MM: If you could be an animal what would you be?
MM: When did you know you wanted to be a musician?
PH: It really clicked when I moved to New York.
MM: Who are some of your favorite bands?
PH: Red House Painters.
DM: The Beatles, The Zombies, The Walker Brothers, Cocteau Twins, The Beach Boys.
MM: What was the last song you listened to?
PH: The Lake’s Alive – Rifle Men.
DM: The Hollywood Squares theme song.
MM: Do you have a music icon?
PH: Ryan Adams.
DM: Jack White.
MM: Where is your next travel destination?
PH: Austin, TX.
DM: Austin, TX and all the cities on the way during the Neon Gold tour.
MM: Are you dating anyone?
DM: Yes, my husband – David Perlick-Molinari. He’s also a composer/producer/musician and is in the band French Horn Rebellion.
MM: Do your lyrics reflect upon personal experiences?
PH: Yes, but usually in an indirect way.
DM: Inevitably, at times. But I more so like to create new stories that tap into the collective unconscious experience.
Photos by Brian Depinto