Can we start with a bit of history? How did The Persian Leaps come about, and what musical paths got you to where you are today?

Drew: The band name came from a poem I doodled in a notebook margin during a college Greek archaeology class: “The Persian leaps from his chariot…” I never finished the poem, but I liked the sound of “The Persian Leaps” and decided if I ever had a band, I’d name it that…

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