Rock Feed notes that — after exiting — Carlile unfollowed guitarist/new vocalist Aaron Pauley on social media (#ouch) and recently posted a series of tweets, which seem to be directed at his ex-bandmates:
if a person, or group of people, are in your lives trying to silence your voice or demean your beliefs, cut them out of it entirely.
There’s been some speculation that Carlile, who became a born-again Christian last year, wanted to express more of his faith in his lyrics, but the rest of the band wasn’t down with it, and a new Instagram post from the former OM&M frontman seems to confirm the rumours at least somewhat.
In response to a fan who asked whether Carlile would be continuing to write with his old band, despite no longer performing with them, the singer replied: “I will no longer be writing with them, one of the reasons I left. They weren’t going to let me write what I wanted on the next record. That’s not gonna happen. I will write what I want despite what that means giving up.”
At the time of his departure from OM&M, Carlile said: “The band will now still continue on just the four of them, and I wish them the best of luck without me heading into 2017,” adding that he planned to stay in his new home of Costa Rica to ” heal, rest, and write” for the immediate future.
OM&M have yet to respond to Carlile’s tweets. We’ll bring you any more info as it develops.
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