Everyone has a story, and for native Georgian Ernest Greene it began towards the end of 2009 when he moved back home to his parents house from South Carolina, his folks being situated in a rural idyll hidden away amongst peach groves. To that point Greene had been recording what he describes as "Lo-fi rock music" under the pseudonym Lee Weather, but after setting up a DIY studio in his bedroom and recording after his parents had gone to bed, he began creating the music that would become Washed Out's debut EP Life of Leisure, released last year.
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