Saintseneca’s Zac Little | Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/
The Key Presents: Saintseneca
“I write all the songs that I want to write,” says Saintseneca‘s Zac Little as we’re walking around on the Reading Viaduct, “so why would I need another band?” While many of his bandmates moonlight in other projects — All Dogs, Yowler, The Sidekicks, to name a few, these are not unknown bands in the slightest — Zac feels fulfilled in one sphere. One whole cloth.
It’s a philosophy that Zac takes into his songwriting, as well. Anything can be profound, everything is valuable in the right light. A question like “How Many Blankets Are In The World?” might seem inane, but in Little’s hands it finds meaning beyond measure.
Finding nowhere ideal to film in the post-industrial ruins, we called it a day on the Viaduct. The stairwell of Underground Arts played a low-key, yet sufficient host to the quiet crusade of Saintseneca’s emotional bars, channeled through Little’s uke and voice. This is The Key Presents: Saintseneca.