Since moving to Weehawken, N.J., last fall, Stanley Brown has developed a nightly habit: He works long hours at the recording studio he runs in Midtown Manhattan, and usually takes an Uber home at 2 or 3 in the morning. When he arrives at his apartment building, which sits along the Hudson River with an unfettered view of Manhattan, he takes a quiet walk along the riverfront to process his day.
“I take that walk religiously,” said Mr. Brown, who lives alone. “I have conversations with the city at night. I want to see what it is that I’m buying into, or what I’m building there. It’s time to think about what’s happening and what’s coming tomorrow.”
music video for “Pause,” decked out in the group’s signature rope chains and playing a solo on the keytar.)
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