#1: Has music always been a big part of your life or did it come later? When was that moment for you?
Music has always been an incredibly relevant and essential part of my life, within the past few years its evolved from a passion into an obsession.
#2: What are some of your favorite albums of all time?
You Won’t Get What You Want – Daughters, The Powers That B -Death Grips, My War -Black Flag.
#3: What are the hardest and easiest parts of making music for you?
The hardest part is making time for other facets of our lives, the easiest part is calling bad music “experimental.”
#4: When making music, what does the creative process look like for you and the band?
A small dark room with as much smoke in our lungs and as least sleep in our bodies as possible.
#5: When did you first play music in front of an audience? What was that experience like?
We never noticed if the audience was there or not.
#6: Out of every show you have played, what are some experiences that stick out the most to you?
Our homie Johnny from Dumpweed getting his nose broken during our set, any experience where we’ve broken a piece of equipment with our heads. There’s been a lot.
#7: What is the dream tour or festival that you would love to be a part of?
One that people actually show up to.
#8: For the rest of the year, what plans does the band have?
Finish up the rest of the NJ and PA dates we have for the year and to continue the writing for our next release.
Thanks to Ben for taking the time out of his day to answer these questions. Thank you to Rogue PR for setting up the interview.
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