Mint Green Looks Inward on ‘Headspace’

Walking up to Ronnica’s house in Somerville, MA, she stood outside next to a van with her landlord’s body protruding from it. The van had broken down as Mint Green was about to leave for Brooklyn to tour with their most recent release, “Headspace.” Brooklyn was somewhat of kryptonite for the band, and Ronnica was anxious for that night’s show as we talked and her landlord worked on the van.

Ronnica talked about composing lyrically first, the growing pains of collaboration, and the themes of self-reflection on “Headspace.” Our conversation was filled with surprising answers that show that even an album that looks inward doesn’t always have to be serious.

Author: femchord