Sebastian Lukens (lead guitarist / frontman): “We already mentioned our hopes for this new album but now we have an idea and we’re in the process of recording it, we want it to be even better than SSDT (Super Secret Demo Tape). SSDT was like a starting point for us and we just wanted to write fun songs that you could listen to.”
Gus Farmer (guitarist): “We want it to be story focused and it’ll be a little different but different is okay and I think our fans will like it.”
Sebastian Lukens: “Yeah, I think so too. A lot of us struggle with mental health stuff-”
Cade Caldwell (bassist): “Me and Gus are really the only mentally sane ones here”
the band laughs
Sebastian Lukens: “But yeah.. um a lot of us struggle with mental health stuff and we want to tell a story with this album that people can relate to, so this album will be dark and gritty but we really want it to hit emotionally for people.”
When asked about the story of the album, Sebastian said he wants to keep it under wraps and keep it a surprise for listeners. We asked them some questions about touring and doing shows.
Sebastian Lukens: “We’re pretty tired from doing shows”
Dominik Roylance (drummer): “Yeah, been doing shows constantly trying to get some recognition and we’ve finally hit our big break and I'm done taking ice baths for awhile" laughing
Cade Caldwell: “We definitely want to tour in the future.”
Sebastian Lukens: “Yeah of course! We also don’t know how the emotion of this new album would translate for our fans who love mosh pits and having fun so I guess we’ll have to see.”
Dominik Roylance: “Mhm but I feel like we’ve earned a break from doing shows for a little bit.”
the band agrees
Cade Caldwell: “I’ll probably dye my hair again for the tour or I'll dye it for every show."
Thank you to Plain Front for having a chat with the label. We're excited to see and hear what they release and how fans of the label will respond.
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