By Madison Vain
January 15, 2016 at 09:49 PM EST

Noah Gundersen, founding member of the band The Courage, has been releasing crisp, critical meditations on spirituality since 2008 when he put out his first EP under his own name. His second solo full-length Carry The Ghost debuted last summer and he’s been touring with it ever since.

The 26-year-old recently performed a stripped-down version of “Jealous Love” from the album for EW’s latest Basement Session. “It’s about wanting the opposite of that,” he tells EW. “It came from relational history and not wanting to repeat the same things over and over again — wanting something different and better and kind of laying out what I think that would look like.”

“Everything I make changes with my perspective,” Gundersen says. “As a human, as you grow and change, your perspective on the things you create changes.”

Gundersen is currently on tour in support of Ghost; notable stops include Shaky Knees Festival and Sasquatch! Festival. 

See more EW Basement Sessions below.