"Everything I thought that would be was no longer. Everything was broken. Like home, that was just gone, everything was gone. So my thing was to find somewhere else to go. I needed another family and the band became that for me, and it was a refuge. I was sitting behind a drumkit. I didn’t have to explain myself. And that’s been very convenient because it’s not easy stuff to talk about, and I admire Bono for doing it. I find it… kind of… you know, it’s a painful period of my life and it still feels the same way. I wish I could just expel it. I don’t have the resources or the willpower to do that yet."
- Larry on losing his mother at a young age, 2011
did you know
The counting Bono does in the beginning of Vertigo is "uno, dos, tres, catorce", which is Spanish for one, two, three, fourteen.