“They take you back to the good old days of the grunge/alt rock movements though they have a distinct identify.” | Lazie Indie Magazine


August 27th, 2022 / Lazine Indie Magazine

An excerpt from the interview with Lazie Indie Magazine: 

Barbara: Where can we see your music releases over the internet? Tell us about your latest or upcoming release.

Gregory: We have a bunch of new singles coming out over the coming months, including From the Chest, Used to It and Motel Song. We recorded these songs in a small studio called Pineship Sound which is run by the Canadian band Zeus. After a handful of back to back shows we crawled into the studio on a cold winter day and laid these down. These are love songs. Love taken for granted. Love gone wrong. Love lost.

Barbara: How is the live music scenario in Canada post the lockdowns? Are the live shows truly back to normal or is there a lot of catching up to do?

Gregory: Recently we’ve been playing shows in Toronto bars, venues like the Horseshoe Tavern and Cameron House. Everyone is packed together slamming glasses of beer, sweaty. There isn’t a big worry. Things appear to be back to normal. I was at a Rod Stewart show a few weeks ago downtown and there was a sea of people in attendance. My dad and I were also just at a filled Roger Waters concert. He loaded up a fake Tommy Gun (which looked very real) and proceeded to unload fire on the audience. Wild show.

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