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Where are you from?
We are from Olympia and Tacoma, Washington. Just south of Seattle in the South Sound area.

Who are your biggest artistic influences?
Definitely a range of 80s & 90s alternative. Anywhere from Smashing Pumpkins to New Order to Swervedriver to The Cure.

Tell me about how your creation part begins, and how is your workflow.
Josh (vocals, guitar) usually comes to the table with a rough demo of song with guitar, melody and lyrics and then Bryce (drums) and Josh #2 (Bass, synth) add textures and help lay down the structure and changes.

Where do you find inspiration?
Most of time it’s nature, travel and film. Also, just the challenges of daily life. Listening to other artists past and current can spark it too.

When is your favorite time of day to create your music?
Late morning, soon after getting up and having some coffee. Also, late at night when things are calm and quiet.

Describe how art is essential to society nowadays
Art is the ultimate expression, right? What would humans do without expression? It’s individualism.

What motivates you to create?
Emotion. to feel. to express. the feeling of creation when a great idea presents itself is euphoric. At the beginning and at the end when you have the finished song ready to go. When I come up with a song idea that clicks and I know it’s pretty good, I’m automatically in the best mood. Nothing could bring me down in that brief moment. I want to record it right away.

How do you define success as a music artist?
There’s two levels, right? One could says sales and monetary success or fame. Another could say creating, releasing music and playing said music in front a crowd. Every artist has different goals.

Does art help you in other areas of your life?
Haha yes, it helps me stay sane day to day. It’s definitely therapeutic in many ways.

How do you develop your art skills?
By listening to more music, going to more shows and maybe learn a cover song to change things up. Be open minded to new methods. I like trying different guitar tunings.

What is your next move?
We have a new EP in the works and regional mini tour in the fall.

Where will we see you in 5 years?
5 years is a long time. A lot can happen. I never like looking that far ahead. I like short term goals. That said, I’d like to do a full length album one of these days. We shall see.
Thanks for yout time, Josh (vocals, guitar) and do you want to get more music from this amazing band? Keep listen now on Spotofy

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