The start of 2006 was the year when all the members of Pay It Forward grew up (or better yet grew old.)
I realized this as I sat alone one afternoon on a lawn chair on the banks of River Kwai in Thailand.
All the members of Pay It Forward found it sound to move on and assimilate with the quaintness of real life as adults. I myself have also come to the realization that all my adolescent angst has already been spent. By that time we all have already established careers and I finally have one that I can honestly consider as something more than just a way to make ends meet.
But still there was a longing to write and play music, albeit with a battered acoustic guitar.
Now as I look back years later I didn’t realize that this quiet afternoon by the river was the beginning of Death To Puberty and now the rest was history…