Jeff Tweedy doesn't mind bad reviews.
"The really negative stuff is really fun to read because people tend to be able to write better when they're being terrible," the Wilco frontman says.
But ultimately he doesn't care what others think of this music.
"It would be terrible if people convince me something I did was great, that I don't feel as great and thinking it is great would prevent me from wanting to move forward and vice versa," he muses on the phone from his home in Chicago.
Wilco were famously dumped from their label after its bosses deemed 2000 album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot not "commercially viable". The band eventually streamed the album on their website and released it two years later on another label.