Elusive Stick Figure frontman Scott Woodruff recently sat with High Times to discuss the band’s new album “Wisdom”. Woodruff opened up about his collaboration with Barrington Levy, working with Slightly Stoopid, finding inner peace, and more in this candid interview.
Woodruff told HIGH TIMES, “Wisdom is all about the journey. I wanted to give people an album that makes them feel good and resonates with whatever they’re going through in their lives and hopefully reminds them that there is beauty and joy in the midst of all the craziness.”
Woodruff doesn’t do a lot of press and prefers to let the music do the talking, but Stick Figure is bigger than ever.
Stick Figure’s new album “Wisdom” debuted at the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart, knocking out Bob Marley & The Wailers of the top spot. Marley had previously held the No. 1 spot for 140 consecutive weeks.
Read the full HIGH TIMES interview here: