How did the band meet?
It all started as me playing some solo shows in the Twin Cities. I had been pals with Noah and Wilson for a while because they're all childhood friends with my partner. After asked Wilson if he would be interested in helping me record. Noah, Wilson, and I sat down to play through the songs and knew that it was the start of something really, really good. Noah actually found Alex (Drummer) on craigslist a year ago for another band he's in and we've all been friends from then on. We just recently had the luck to pick up Grace (Bassist) as a mutual on Facebook.
What is the bands favorite song to play live?
Oh that's a tough one, and we're usually stuck between 2. I like 'Midlife Crisis' because it starts super hollow and just builds into this chaos at the end. Noah and Wilson really like 'Blue and Violet' because it's high energy right off the bat. We usually close with this song, so by the time we play it Noah has usually hopped off of the stage into the audience.
Y E S. We have a small bandcamp exclusive EP Wislon and I have been working on. We plan to release in a few months with some new songs I've written over this social distance period and a cover. When all of this chaos blows over we'll be able to work on releasing our OG EP. We also have a music video for 'Spirits' coming soon thanks to Keegan Burckhard!
What is one cause that the band is passionate about?
It's vague, but intersectionality because it's at the core of everything we support. It's important to face the many issues in the world with intersectionality at the forefront because of the overlapping systems of inequality and oppression that exist in our society.
Anything you would like our followers to know?
We'll be doing some live streams in the coming months on Instagram, whether acoustic or full band. Follow us and stay tuned!