How Apex Manor Frontman Ross Flournoy's Depression Inspired Their New Album
Eric Helton, Matthew Murphy

Apex Manor's debut album The Year of Magical Drinking was inspired by frontman's Ross Flournoy's depression after the breakup of his previous band the Broken West. "Just because I'm self-centered and self-absorbed, the songs that ended up being the best were the ones where I was writing about my foibles," he says in this clip.

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