Well you know the music is universal. I’m stocked all the time with brushing accolades, and love about the music and equally as much for standing up for the important issues like conservation, hunting rights, gun rights, accountability form government.
Serious Black is one such group where instead of it feeling like either a bunch of talented musicians doing their own thing so it comes off as disjointed, or a group where one member clearly takes the lead and everyone else just plays along without getting to truly shine, it feels like a group that’s already functioning well as a team, with everyone getting to put their own ideas into the music. The result is an album that does draw influences from various other bands, but manages to take these influences and put them together in such a way that it comes off sounding fresh and exciting.
Absolutely. I think– on this album we have all, for the first time when everybody’s here, contributed as a band to the album. We have all done an equal amount. Even though maybe one or two persons have written the foundation for the most, the songs are ours.