Punk rockers Movin in Stereo have recently dropped their second EP, “New Blood”. The band is now here to unveil details on this new release. Check out our full interview below!
Hello, Movin In Stereo! Thanks for your time! For those who don’t know you yet, would you mind introducing your band to our readers?
Hi! We are a band based in Gothenburg, Sweden. We have members also from Scotland and New Zealand. Kinda like a bastard breed of Swedish meatballs, haggis and pies.
How would you describe your overall sound?
Don’t really know how to describe it. We are influenced by Against Me, Hot Water Music, Gaslight Anthem etc. It could be compared to the sound of running water. It will make you want to go to the bathroom to pee. If you love that feeling you will love us… if you don’t then you will not like us.
You have a new record out since October. Would you mind introducing this release to our readers?
Yes! On October 25th our second EP “New Blood” was released. It has six songs on it. I work at a vinyl pressing plant here in Gothenburg so I’ll be pressing these records also.
How long have you worked on it?
I think we had the songs for a good half year and had done demos for them. We tracked the drums in July at Spinroad studios (my work) then vtracked the rest at my studio. Took a while to mix but we are now happy with it and super excited to have it out.
Tell us one thing no one else knows about this record.
John wrote all the music for this ep while being in a rehab center where he was overcoming his addiction to sugar. If you ever see John, you will see he only drinks plain fizzy water… Real fucking lame.
You also have new live shows planned. What do you like the most about playing live?
Yeah, we are super excited to be touring through Europe with our friends from the US called Mercy Music. If you haven’t heard them yet, please go track them down! We will be playing through Germany and will be at Booze Cruise in Hamberg. Also have some shows in Switzerland with The Aggrolites and another with Red City Radio. Belgium, Poland, Italy and France are in there too.
If you go like our page, we will have all the dates and venues up. Can’t beat playing live. There is an energy you get in the music and most importantly meeting people!
How do you manage the pressure (if there’s any) before going on stage?
In my younger days, I never thought about it. Been lucky enough to play Arenas and support some of the biggest bands ever. But these days it is different. We could play to 100 people and I get nervous. Best way to deal with it now is to just have a good spew. There really is nothing like spewing.
The last words are for you. If you have a message to convey, here’s your chance!
This could be the hardest question ever… You have two choices only… To sleep with your girlfriend/boyfriend in your parents’ body or sleep with your parents in your partners body… what do you do?
Thanks for your time guys!
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