“So it is a lot of stuff that has been kept under the radar, meaning a lot of us are not too accessible or don’t know what we are doing to get known and we are kinda content with that.”
It might sell in the States with some money behind it, but probably not. In person, Iain (though I wish he’d change the spelling of his name) and James are funny, forthright, and pleasant company who answered every question till the lights were turned out on us.
I wanted it to be a little more as if I was writing in the 1920s, kind of the way Cole Porter write songs. The lyrics were written the way they were a long time ago, which was to play with words. Lots of words that rhymed after each other.
“I feel like a lot of political bands don’t know what the fuck they’re talking about. There are some bands that are really really intelligent and can get their point across. Where the thing is with most bands, you don’t really have to be intelligent. You can be an awesome band and be fucking dumb as a wall,”