Q & A MORE! MORE!

Quarantine videos, Green Day and hitting the studio we want More! More!



HI THERE THANKS FOR ANSWERING SOME QUESTIONS FOR US.


TELL US A LITTLE BIT ABOUT YOUR NEW VIDEO


We definitely had a challenge making this video with the Coronavirus really limiting our options. That being said, we wanted to create something that felt unifying in a very divisive time. In the end, we decided that everyone loves blasting music on a road trip. So that’s where the idea came from.




WHAT RECORD CHANGED YOUR LIFE AND WHY?


Green Day’s “Dookie” was huge for me. I was in fifth grade and that was the first album that I bought with my own money. I can remember feeling like ‘this is my music’. It was the first time, that I started listening to stuff that wasn’t my parents’, that was different from stuff I had heard before. From that point I really got into punk rock and just fell in love with the rebellion and energy of the music


DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEO FILMED BY YOUR BAND OR ANOTHER ARTIST?


Ok Go has the funniest music videos in general. I wish we had that kind of creativity those guys are hilarious.


WHAT WOULD WE FIND YOU DOING WHEN YOU'RE NOT MAKING MUSIC?


I do a lot of writing in general. I’m definitely into making short films or writing scripts for full length features. Recently Thomas and I wrote a kid’s book about a pig escaping a farm. It’s pretty awesome actually.


DO YOU GET NERVOUS PERFORMING LIVE, IF SO HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH THAT?


Yeah there are always a few jitters before a show, no matter how many times I have done it. I actually remember when I was a kid, my Dad telling me that it is ‘good to be nervous’ because it means you care about something and will do well at it. I don’t know if that’s even true or not, but I have a found that as soon as that first song starts, the nerves go away and it’s just fun after that.


HOW DID YOU FORM THE BAND?