"Logan’s work just exudes positivity," Conner Nyberg tells Kerrang!. "Where others would sing about heartbreak and emotions, Logan would sing about animals and scientific terms. It’s like a breath of fresh air from songs that take themselves way too seriously -- Logan didn’t take anything seriously."
On the Kickstarter page for the project, Conner explains he'll be interviewing "over forty people - friends, family, and fans of Logan" all over the United States for the film. "It’s obvious that Logan left a mark on everyone who knew him, and it’s important to get that impression right with this documentary for people just discovering him," he tells us.
"Logan had the rare quality of seemingly bottomless creativity," says Josh Staples, bassist for The Velvet Teen, who grew up in the town where Logan went to college and eventually settled. "In his 29 years, Logan built a dense, hilarious and extremely smart world made up of hundreds of songs, countless drawings, and stories featuring memorable recurring characters and brilliant ideas.... All of it was great."
Watch the full trailer for the film below: