It might seem simple to just sing a song or write a few musical notes, but Seth Glier knows what it takes to truly craft a piece of music. The Massachusetts-born singer-songwriter finds inspiration in the world around him, creating music with a message and a vintage sort of sound. But with a recent Grammy nomination and a current US for his new album Things I Should Let You Know, Seth's popularity is anything but in the past. His music seems to embody the Chronostylist philosophy: vintage inspiration in a modern context. We spoke with Seth about both his songs and his style, and discovered the interesting ways in which they intersect. Check out what he has to say about quilting, thrifting, and his favorite wingtip shoes in the full interview by S. Ivy on The Chronostylist.