Shouts out to Yacht Club for letting us shoot the video in their Warehouse
Music is often like a time capsule. Listening to different records may remind us of specific place in time. It can often take you back to a particular moment in your life or paint a picture of events that you may not have actually experienced--yet feel as if you have. Our last three records all painted a picture of us at a certain time. Each of the three have allowed us to evolve into the band we are today by building on the past while looking ahead. Our latest EP, New Era, takes much of what we have done in the past with live instrumentation, sampling, and studio production and fuses the techniques together in a unified concept.
Stylistically the genres we're working with are some that have always been a big part of what we love to play and hear. Throughout the record you have these type of things happening (studio-based production and live-instrumentation). It's not something that's necessarily groundbreaking, but it’s a nice balance of the two-elements that feels right for the band both in the studio and on stage. We've always been a band that tries to stay true to who we are while incorporating new styles and sounds. This is a New Era for us, and it's a snapshot of our current lives through music right now.