10 questions for…Laser Life!

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After listening to some of the talented work from Laser Life we couldn’t help ourselves but ask him to take on our 10 Questions!

 

First things first how did you come to be?

I used to be the guitar player in a hardcore punk band named Gunslinger. But we went on an indefinite hiatus a few years ago. I guess I started this electronic solo thing as a way to have a musical outlet again. I missed making music a lot and one day I started fiddling around with a DAW and there was no turning back.

What genre of music would you say you play?

Some kind of chiptune / chipmusic. I try to make big sounding songs using lo fi synthesizers. Mainly synthesizers that emulate the sounds from old gaming consoles such as the NES and Sega Genesis. And then I play guitar parts on top of the electronics using a baritone guitar.

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?

I am influenced by chiptune musicians such as Anamanaguchi, Disasterpeace and Danimal Cannon. I am also influenced by a lot of non-electronic bands, especially some ones that have creative guitarists such as Death Cab for Cutie, Mew and Explosions in the Sky.

Best venue you’ve ever played and why?

I once participated in a band competition that was held in Harpa in Reykjavik. It’s a weird building.

Best gig you’ve ever attended?

There are so many good ones to choose from but I think I´m going to go with Roger Waters performing Dark Side of The Moon back in 2006. I also want to mention Killswitch Engage at Rock im Park in Germany in 2012. That was the first time I crowd surfed. A pretty memorable experience. Later that same day I was really drunk and crowd surfed again during a Marilyn Manson show and fell pretty hard on my face. That was a cool gig as well.

A band you would most like to support and why?

Ratatat. I have a lot of production stuff to talk to them about. Plus I‘m guessing that we share a lot of the same audience.

A band that you would like to work with?

Disasterpeace. The soundtrack he made for a game called Fez is pretty much the reason I started trying out electronic music.

Top five albums you’ve ever heard?

Explosions in the Sky – The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place

Death Cab for Cutie – Plans

Bright Eyes – I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning

Pink Floyd – The Wall

Mew – Frengers

Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?

Making Polyhedron my first LP. I have been working on it for about 2 years now and it is almost finished. I am currently mixing it along with Icelandic producer Curver Thoroddsen from the band Ghostigital. It’s gonna be released in October, watch out for that!

What’s next in the pipeline?

I am organizing a release show for the album in Reykjavik. After that I will be performing a few shows during Iceland Airwaves, be sure to check out Laser Life if you are in town.

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10 Questions for…Juice!

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Just after the release of their new single ‘Acid Kids’ I decided to get in touch with the band to take on the 10 questions! So here are their answers!

First things first how did you come to be?
Me and Matt met on jury duty and Damon was the defendant…

What genre of music would you say you play?
Sleazy psych-pop

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?
Shane MacGowan

Best venue you’ve ever played and why?
Institute in Digbeth, just because it’s a beautiful building and the crowd is always up for it.

Best gig you’ve ever attended?
I didn’t technically attend but I once had a dream where Bootsy Collins played bass in the 4 Non Blondes which was pretty wild.

A band you would most like to support and why?
I’m afraid it’s going to have to be the 4 Non Blondes feat. Bootsy Collins

A band that you would like to work with?
Shaun William Ryder

Top five albums you’ve ever heard?
Todd Terje – It’s Album Time
Nick Cave – Let Love In
OutKast – Aquemini
Bob Dylan – Blood On The Tracks
Neil Young – Harvest

Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?
Finding each other

What’s next in the pipeline?
More gigs, more music, more Prosecco and more dreams about Bootsy Collins (fingers crossed).

Thankyou so much guys for taking the time out to take part against the 10 questions!

10 Questions for…Hana Oceans

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First things first how did you come to be a solo artist?

Because I haven’t found a band yet. . No, but since I started music 4 years ago it’s been a process discovering myself as an artist and how to be a medium for the art. For me it has taken until now to be able to identify with it. Today I would love to have a band.

Before I couldn’t see it.

What genre of music would you say you play?

The structure and the chords is pop. But the lyrics and atmosphere is quite alternative.

It has a film music feel to it sometimes.

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?

Agnes Obel, Ane Brun, Tina Dico, Florence & The Machine, Rae Morris, Ben Howard.

Best venue you’ve ever played and why?

Last summer I sang at the streets of Boston with some friends. It was all about joy and connect with people. When I sing at more prepared gigs I often put a lot of pressure at myself but singing like this was only fun.

Best gig you’ve ever attended?

When I was right in front of the stage watching a Susanne Sundfor concert. It felt like I took a piece of her soul with me home afterwards.

A band you would most like to support and why?

Some good friends of mine have a band called Karmacloud. They are three amazing musicians and I want to support them cause I wish I would have what they have.

A band that you would like to work with?

If I can dream all the way to heaven I would like to create something with James Blake and a symphony orchestra.

Top five albums you’ve ever heard?

Ben Howard – Every Kingdom

Florence + The Machine – Ceremonials

Tina Dico – Live with the Danish national chamber orchestra

Agnes Obel – Aventine

James Blake – overgrown

Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?

Putting together this debut EP of mine together with some hardworking people believing in music.

What’s next in the pipeline?

I will start playing this EP at venues hoping it will get wings and spread. I’m also working on some new material that I don’t know when to release yet.

Yet to be what is unknown..

Thank you so much Hana for taking the time out, you’ve got all the talent in the World and continue to use it!

10 Questions for…Lights Out Lester

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I caught up with London duo (and sometimes trio) Lights out Lester who have been making some sounds down in the capital, and getting people’s attention!

First things first how did you come to be?

Ben: – We coincidentally lived together at university and bonded over creating a foul potion at the end of Marty’s 21st birthday party. The ingredients included, vodka, wine, whisky, orange juice, milk, coke, celery, salami, leftover bolognese.

Marty: – Yeah, it wasn’t till after that year of living together that we started doing the music thing properly. Whenever we hung out in that house we just sort of dicked around. Then it wasn’t till about 6 months after Ben had left uni that we had our first recording session for fun and came to realise we worked together really well musically.

What genre of music would you say you play?
B: I guess it’s kind of ‘exploratory rock’ if you do have to put a label on it.

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?

M: There’s far too many to begin to name. We were just talking about this a couple of hours ago. That’s probably the biggest plus of being part of a generation that grew up with the internet, if you love music then there’s so much incredible music out there from all over the world and that was made decades ago that you can access/discover 24/7. Plus it’s not just music that influences us. Personally I get influenced by anything from listening to my favourite musicians to people-watching in coffee shops. The song we’re recording at the moment which is gonna be track 2 of the EP was actually an instant response when I was watching an episode of House Of Cards! The lyrics have got nothing to do with anything in that show and neither does the mood of the music, but I think Kevin Spacey did some monologue where he talked about phantom pain and I thought ‘I’ll have that’ and went upstairs and did a demo of the song. So it’s often not even necessarily music that influences us musically.

Best venue you’ve ever played and why?
M: We both have a bunch of live experience from past projects, but we’re not starting gigging together as Lights Out Lester till Autumn when everything with the EP and the music video is complete. But we have done one gig together which was a lot of fun. It was a party in a field in the middle of nowhere next to this old pub called The Bull’s Horn.

Best gig you’ve ever attended?

B: Soundcraft at Latitude. That was probably the most I’ve enjoyed anything ever. Was it Soundcraft? Kraftwerk! No, yeah it was that. With a K.

M: Probably the Hives at Glastonbury in 2013. They were one of the first acts on the Other Stage on the Friday and they had so much energy. Plus their roadies were dressed as Ninjas so they had everyone’s attention before they’d even stepped foot on stage. That said I might be securing a pair of Kylie Minogue tickets this week, which could change everything…

A band you would most like to support and why?

M: Lana Del Rey because then she can fall for me and I can tick that off my bucket list. Or Snoop Dogg.

B: Pink Floyd. There’s just something really ‘full’ about their music that I’ve been drawn to.

A band that you would like to work with?

B: Tame Impala.

M: Snoop Dogg. Or maybe Lana Del Rey.

Top five albums you’ve ever heard?

Bold As Love by The Jimi Hendrix Experience

To Pimp A Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar

Live At The Greek by Stanley Clarke

Hot Shot by Shaggy

Kind Of Blue by Miles Davis

Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?

M: I guess the fact that we’ve taught ourselves to do everything from scratch and it doesn’t sound shite! Everything from the songwriting to making sound insulation to where the microphone is placed to the mixing is done by the two of us with no external input/assistance. That and pulling off quite ambitious songs without it sounding pretentious. The finale of the EP is a song called Ant vs Elephant and it’s 6 and a half minutes long, has three key changes and I think we’ve written, recorded and mixed it without making it sound pretentious. Or at least I hope we have.

What’s next in the pipeline?

B: Putting the finishing touches on the EP, shooting a music video for SMOKESCREEN with a production company called Somnio and then gigs gigs gigs!

 

Thankyou so much guys for taking the time out to answer the questions,you had some interesting answers I never expected!

10 questions for…Julie Curly

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This is week I caught up with singer/songwriter Julie Curly from Montreal, for one of the most interesting 10 questions so far!

First things first how did your music start?

I’ve been doing music for more than a decade, in cover bands, as chorus member and as a singer-songwriter. But still, the original stuff I’m doing right now started in 2013, when meeting musician and composer Gilbert Cantin. From then on, we’ve produced a 12 track album in French (my mother tongue) and playing live venues ever since with our incredible musicians.

What genre of music would you say you play?

Pop/rock meet “curly” vibes.

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?

This is a difficult question… I must say that my favorite band of all times is The Beatles, and on the lyrics side, John Lennon & Bob Dylan, are the ones I admire the most. So maybe I was inspired by them a little? I must say that my award winning song “Can you imagine? (The killing of John Lennon) was -of course- inspired by Lennon!

Best venue you’ve ever played and why?

In Montreal, at Le Petit Medley. Our album launching, our first meeting with our friends & fans, they were so supportive and happy to be there, the vibe was incredible!

Best gig you’ve ever attended?

Last year, I saw Aretha Franklin at the Montreal jazz festival; best singer I have ever heard!! At 72, she commended the stage like no one!

A band you would most like to support and why?

If dreaming is possible, Katie Melua, for her amazing song-writing, touching voice and sensibility.

A band that you would like to work with?

I’ll have to repeat myself on this one… Katie Melua! Plus, I spoke to her once, she’s so sweet!

Top five albums you’ve ever heard?

1- Let it be – The Beatles
2- The greatest hits- Janis Joplin
3- Piece by piece & pictures – Katie Melua
4- You oughta Know – Alanis Morissette
5- Nevermind- Nirvana

Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?

Having my first self-produced album out, is a big accomplishment for me, and having the chance to perform it live with my incredible musicians is equally amazing!

What’s next in the pipeline?

Recording an EP in English!
Follow us at http://www.juliecurly.com and on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/juliecurlymusic

Thanks so much Julie for giving us your time,it’s much appreciated!

10 Questions for…Hey Bulldog!

As my quest goes on to find more bands to take on our 10 questions,I caught up with three-piece band Hey Bulldog! To see if they could answer the full 1o!

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First things first how did you come to be?

The band started out just me completely on my own recording an ep using a drum machine, that got a pretty good response so then I started looking for band members to turn it into a proper band.
What genre of music would you say you play?Psychedelic blues rock would cover most of the stuff we do

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?

Bands like The kills, radiohead led Zeppelin, nirvana, neil Young, jimi Hendrix, PJ Harvey, thee oh sees
Best venue you’ve ever played and why?

We always love playing at the night and day in Manchester as the sound is always amazing on and off stage and a lot of great bands have played there too. We also played a gig at St Clements church in Manchester which was a really special experience and an amazing venue to play.
Best gig you’ve ever attended?

It would probably have to be radiohead, supported by beck n deerhoof in Edinburgh athletics stadium… Great music, weather n company…great gig.

A band you would most like to support and why?

The Rolling stones would be epic playing in front of all those people, plus I think the crowd would enjoy us or somebody on a smaller gig level like ty segall or Thee Oh Sees.

A band that you would like to work with?

Somebody like pj harvey would be amazing to bounce ideas and add a female element, somebody like josh homme as a producer would be amazing too.
Top five albums you’ve ever heard?

Radiohead in rainbows , Jimi Hendrix electric ladyland, Neil young Harvest, The Beatles abbey road, Pink Floyd Piper at the gates of dawn.
Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?

We’ve had some great radioplay, live interviews on 6 music with Steve Lamacq and exclusive plays from john Kennedy on Xfm, playing gigs with international touring bands and people who influenced us growing up like Joel gion (brian Jonestown Massacre) has been awesome too.

What’s next in the pipeline?

We’ve been working on new material for most of the year so there will definitely be a new single or ep out soon!

 

Thanks guys really appreciate you taking the time out to answer the questions,looking forward to hear your new material!!

10 Questions for…False Advertising

 

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After listening to the band over and over again, I decided to get to know them better and what better way than asking questions!

First things first how did you come to be?

Jen: We used to all be in a band together a few years ago – out of the ashes of that Chris and I decided to start a fresh in summer 2013. In the following months after that I guess I found my songwriting voice which helped us off in our new direction.

Chris: Not forgetting the open mic nights we played before that. That was when we realised our voices could go together and that our influences are aligned.

Josh: The foundation of what we are now partially comes from us being mates having respect and love for bands, artistry and each other alike. I think it’s our similar visions that helped us collectively evolve into where we are now.
What genre of music would you say you play?

Jen: Grunge-noise-pop-fuzz? People keep saying we’re very 90’s, which wasn’t a conscious effort by the way.

Chris: Maybe growing up in the 90’s had something to do with that?!

Josh: I feel like it’s more of a fuzzy melodic garage rock version of grunge. Looking forward to seeing what other people think!
Which bands/artists do you take influences from?

Jen: Biggest ones for me in terms of the band are probably Reuben (check them out, they’re the best ever), Smashing Pumpkins and early Foo Fighters.
Best venue you’ve ever played and why?

Chris: Manchester’s Deaf Institute, because it’s the only one we’ve played so far and it was amazing.
Best gig you’ve ever attended?

Jen: Radiohead at V festival in 2006. I was pretty young but it opened my eyes to how you can experience live music.

Chris: Brand New Leeds festival 2007, The album Devil and God are raging inside me had just come out, It made so much more sense to me when I saw them performing the tracks. Jessie started by himself playing acoustic and singing Sowing Season. Then the band walked out, everyone went nuts because they knew what was coming. The hairs stood up on the back of my neck when it dropped and they didn’t go back down for the rest of the show. I never felt so connected to a band.

Josh: Can’t say whats best, but the first larger scale gig was Iron Maiden the MEN in 2003 when i was 12, at that point id never experienced a band play on that scale or that loud before, the adoration of the crowd towards the band was like something I’d never seen at the time.
A band you would most like to support and why?

Josh: Right now – probably Speedy Ortiz, we’re totally available to support them anywhere, anytime!
A band that you would like to work with?

Jen: LCD Soundsystem!

Chris: For me, The Dead Weather, Jack White’s character on drums and the way he produces is… well I could learn a lot.
Top five albums you’ve ever heard?

Collectively, something like,

Reuben – Racecar is Racecar Backwards
Smashing Pumpkins – Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Incubus – Morning View
Foo Fighters – The Colour and the Shape
Radiohead – OK Computer

Biggest accomplishment as a band?

Jen: Making an album that we’re really proud of all by ourselves.. Now to release it!

What’s next in the pipeline?

Josh: Some more gigs and then eventually the album release in the summer, watch this space as there will be news about all of that pretty soon!

Thanks so much guys for taking the time out to answer these questions,it’s much appreciated!

10 Questions for…Fine Animal

 

Thanks to Josh Smith Photography
Thanks to Josh Smith Photography

First things first how did you come to be?

Kelan and KC met about three years ago, shortly after Kelan moved to Columbus. They were playing together in band that split ways, and the two decided to move forward together and start writing their own stuff. Fast forward a few months… Kelan and I (Lucy) met at a popular Columbus dance party called Ladies 80s. We became fast friends after learning that we were both musicians. I (Lucy) auditioned, and together we became Fine Animal. It took us a while to figure out who we were and what kind of sound we wanted to have, but after two years of playing together we are finally finding our groove and we couldn’t be more excited about it.

What genre of music would you say you play?

We classify our music as indie electronic, with touches of chill-wave and dream pop.

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?

Pinback, St. Vincent, Air, LCD Soundsystem, and Radiohead have been very influential to our sound. We each have pretty diverse tastes in music, and we’ve found that our individual preferences have helped to shape our unique sound.

Best venue you’ve ever played and why?

We love playing at Brothers Drake in Columbus. It’s a popular mead bar that has been incredibly supportive of the local music scene. You can walk into Brothers Drake any night of the week and hear good music. There’s a great sense of community at Brothers Drake thanks to its awesome regulars and creative environment. We are really lucky to live in a city that is devoted to the local music scene. Great drinks, great people, great music, what more could you ask for in a venue?

Best gig you’ve ever attended?

I (Lucy) have had the pleasure of seeing Future Islands perform a few times and each time I’ve left the show saying it was the best show I had ever seen. Lead singer Samuel Herring puts on a truly captivating performance, and the band’s synth heavy tunes and groovy bass lines had me on my feet dancing.

A band you would most like to support and why?

There are a lot of really awesome bands in Columbus that we would love to support, so it’s hard for us to name just one. St Seneca, Kid Runner, Giant Claw, Roller Girl! and Playing to Vapors are just a few Ohio bands that we really enjoy and support. We actually have a couple upcoming shows with Playing to Vapors in Canton and Cleveland. These bands all kick ass and are bound for great things!

A band that you would like to work with?

We all have a bit of a crush on Annie Clark, better known as St. Vincent. She’s just… so cool. I (Lucy) look up to her as an artist and often try to channel her fierce stage presence during shows. She is a brilliant songwriter and a compelling performer. That being said, St. Vincent is the dream band we would like to work with someday.

Top five albums you’ve ever heard?

Oh this one is a toughie… In no particular order:

Summer in Abaddon – Pinback
Loveless – My Bloody Valentine
Moon Safari – Air
Space Oddity – David Bowie
Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots – The Flaming Lips

Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?

We recently reached 10,000 plays on Soundcloud which was very exciting. We are extremely grateful for the support we have received from our fans. We love you guys!

What’s next in the pipeline?

Well, we are releasing our debut album later this spring which will feature some already released tracks and some new songs that we can’t wait for the world to hear. Lately we have been recording and shooting some videos for new music. We’ve also got some shows coming up in the near future:

4/07 @ Carabar – Columbus, OH

4/11 @ Buzzbin Art & Music Shop – Canton, OH

4/17 @ Northside Tavern – Cincinnati, OH

5/01 @ Mahall’s – Cleveland, OH

6/12 @ The Basement – Columbus, OH

6/26 @ Pianos – New York, NY

 

 

Thanks so much for taking the time out Lucy to speak to me! It’s very much apprecited, hopefully I’ll make it to Columbus one day!

10 Questions for…Delamere!

 

 

After sharing the baimagends new song yesterday and hearing their excellent Ep, we managed to get some words off them about their music and musical influences!

 

First things first how did you come to be?

Myself and Will were in a band together previously which came to a natural end. I suppose it wasn’t really a question of ‘do we want to start another band?’ but more like ‘when are we starting the new band?’ and getting likeminded individuals for whom music matters. Ash was involved with covering a couple of shows with the old band and he was obviously there from the start in Delamere. We had another friend on bass originally, but he spontaneously combusted (left). We’ve all known Daws for years and he had previously played bass for another stoke band which had ceased and was more than up for it. Voila, Delamere.

What genre of music would you say you play?

I honestly couldn’t pigeon hole it, I think there’s aspects of a few genres chucked in there. I think indie naturally covers a large area nowadays, so we’ll chuck that in, with a dash of electronic, a sprinkle of alternative and a pinch of pop for the hooks.

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?

The list for us all can be quite eclectic, me personally I’d say, Radiohead, Local Natives, Brand New, The Beatles, Blur, Foals. That’s probably the stable diet of influence, but to be honest for influence or inspiration, anything we hear on a daily basis, whether its Taylor Swift or Mansionair, there’s aspects of songs of all genres we admire and find influence from.

Best venue you’ve ever played and why?

This is tough, we’ve played a fair few and you get to like venues for different things you wouldn’t really think too much about. I personally enjoyed The Deaf Institute, just for the vibe the room has to it, but I’m going to stay loyal and say our local venue The Sugarmill, I love the sticky floors and the toilets you would never sit on. I love going to gigs there and always enjoy playing there, we know all the team there too so it’s a good environment you’re walking into.

Best gig you’ve ever attended?

Me and Ash went to see At The Drive In when they reformed for that Brixton gig a couple of years ago, that was pretty mega, full on workout just to stay on your feet.. Its definitely up there!!

A band you would most like to support and why?

Personally, any of the bands I mentioned before would be a massive honor. I’d like to support Catfish and the Bottlemen though, think they’re a great band, but more importantly they all seem really sound lads, they come across really humble and all love FIFA.

A band that you would like to work with?

I don’t understand the question to be honest, in a recording term or tour sense. Either way any of the above would be a bonus, but we’re quite happy to work with anyone that’s into it and into it for the right reasons. Nothing worse if you’re trying to put out your best and you’re working with someone that’s not fully invested. Just turns half arsed!

Top five albums you’ve ever heard?

Changes so frequently, id never be happy to say ‘top 5, go’.. and remain happy with it. Favourites that will always remain favourites though are:
Local Natives = Gorilla Manor
Radiohead = The Bends
Mars Volta – De-loused in the comatorium
The Beatles – Let it Be
Pixies – Doolittle

Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?

I think we’ve been a band that’s had a good steady progression of things that we’re happy about, I’d say its tough to single out an individual achievement and say that’s it. We were happy to sell out our first single launch at the Deaf Institute, gave us a good buzz. We’re really chuffed to be announced for all three dates for this year’s Dot to Dot festival!

What’s next in the pipeline?

Selling out the Night and Day (pretty certain that we’re there on that one) for our EP launch of Bright Young Things. Got a few decent festival shows this summer we’re looking forward to and then onto the release of our second EP at the back end of summer. We’re looking to get back in the studio too amongst all that, so a busy year planned ahead.

 

Cheers guys for your time, really appreciate it! Just would like to apologise for the one question, we shall specify from here on in!

10 questions for…Only Shadows

’10 Questions’, the new feature on WFM, is finally here!

Only Shadows are a very talented indie four-piece who are quickly gaining momentum and a solid fan base. They are now the first band to take on the 10 Questions,and here are their answers.
First things first how did you come to be?
OS:We have all been playing in different bands down the years & after Nick (singer) got back from travelling we were all out of action & that’s when Only Shadows began.

What genre of music would you say you play?
OS:Good question! We would describe it as powerful pop rock with the alternative edge. We try to write music that explores different genres, for example our new track Let Your Guard Down explores our lighter and heavier sides in the space of 3 minutes.

Which bands/artists do you take influences from?
OS:We take influence from a lots of different bands, the big ones are the likes of Biffy Clyro, The Killers & Editors, but we love classic rock like Queen. Quite a mix! We try and incorporate all these and make a blend!

Best venue you’ve ever played and why?
OS:We love the Kasbah in Coventry, it’s a great sound & the dressing room is next to the dancers dressing room so that’s always a bonus!

Best gig you’ve ever attended?
OS:Queens Of The Stone Age at the Academy in Birmingham, words cannot describe how amazing that show was. What a band.

A band you would most like to support and why?
OS:The Killers or Biffy Clyro. Both have had such an influence on us and it would be an honour to share the stage with either.

A band that you would like to work with?
OS:Probably some one that isn’t too similar to us so we could learn new ways of working, maybe some one more electronic like Years & Years? See what would happen, if not then Katy Perry.

Top five albums you’ve ever heard?
OS:Biffy Clyro – Puzzle
The Killers – Sam’s Town
The White Stripes – Elephant
QOTSA – Songs For The Deaf
Death From Above 1979 – You’re a Woman, I’m A Machine

Biggest accomplishment as a band/solo artist?
OS:Probably some one asking if they could play our track ‘Be Still’ at their wedding, such a personal moment in their lives for our song to be playing was an amazing feeling for us.

What’s next in the pipeline?
OS:We have our new EP coming out in April which we are really excited about! Plus we are going on tour with Young Kato before the summer which we are really looking forward too. Hopefully some festivals over the summer followed by another EP release late 2015/early 2016.

Cheers guys for taking the time to complete the 10 questions, looking forward to hearing the new material