How would you describe your music?

All over the place but I think we lay our head to rest somewhere between Emo-Rap and Nu-Metal.

Tell us about how the history of the project?

We’ve all been friends and jamming together for nearly a decade but it wasn’t till this year that we sat down and said, ‘Hey lets make this dream a reality or die trying, to the moon or fucking bust.’

What are your influences/ musical heroes?

Slipknot, Linkin Park, LiL Peep, Lil Tracy, Juice WRLD, & The Smashing Pumpkins to name a few.

What inspires you?

Life and death haha! 

Jaron and I are both pretty young but we’ve both been through some serious bullshit no doubt.

 I’d say 99% of our songs revolve around depression and all the awful decisions that come with it.

Do you write on the road? Or do you prefer to write in the studio?

In terms of efficiency, it’s best to write at home because then I can instantly put my thoughts into Logic. But I find that the most raw and true pieces come randomly and often times when we are traveling.

What is your favourite song to perform live?

An unreleased song titled Four mostly since it emotionally means a lot to me and I wrote it when I was very young and the breakdown goes mental haha.

What would be your dream tour to be a part of?


What are you current thoughts on the music industry?

Just like most industries in this age it comes down to bullshit, politics, and who’s dick to suck (metaphorically). The supply and demand is way over skewed however I think most people still yearn for music that is true and from the heart, something others can really relate to.

What is the funniest/weirdest experience you have had on tour?

Afties are always a bit wack, everyones a bit wasted and strung out by then. 

I remember one night some honey must’ve taken too much of something and literally fell on top of me in a free-fall and busted my head. She was fine and got up laughing but left me with a huge headache. 

What are your future plans?

We want to bust out as much new materials and video content as possible. The pandemic can either be viewed as a curse or a blessing in disguise, we prefer the latter. Since we’re all stuck at home we might as well write and record as much music as we can while we have this beautiful time just to sit back and recenter while the world erupts in chaos.

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