(Camborne, UK)How would you describe your sound and lyric style?
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Who are your main influences?
Craig fondly speaks of Little Kid, who is a sensational artist from Ontario, Canada. We e-mailed Kenny to possibly tour with him, in-which we (disappointingly) learned that there are two London’s in the world. A few days of dismay followed.
We’re currently looking to develop our sound deeper through utilizing more ideas that have been held off in the past, and now embracing them by implementing them into the future sound of this project, additionally, we’re looking to perform live and hopefully tour. That would be an utter joy to happen, so perhaps upon the completion of our new material, muscle strands will begin motion and e-mails will be written to book a fantastic tour.
Are you touring now?
Unfortunately not, but, we’d love to. I’d love to. Craig would love to. We had our first show a few weeks ago, ever. And I wasn’t there due to being away working with Egos, which is a naughty move, but according to the reception, the audience enjoyed Craig’s solo set, despite three or four people walking out upon playing Act II from the latest ‘loss’ release. Arguably not the most comfortable of songs to listen to on record, let alone live!
What can people expect at your live gigs?
I would just say an inclusive, emotional and personal experience. We were close to booking a tour of people’s living rooms simply due to the overwhelming amplification of adjustable atmosphere. Where one song covering ‘this’ topic can ignite or ‘that’ song can deflate the entire ambiance and resonance frequency of the room due to the audience’s reaction.
Where can people check out your music?
We’re mainly on Bandcamp, we have a Soundcloud, but more Bandcamp orientated! The interface just feels more homely.