One of the most notable things about your sound is its eclectic nature. That’s not exactly something most bands predict. Did you set out to fuse so many influences or was that something that came out?
CG: In 2018, there are so many different genres of music and it would be impossible for us to pick one.
I love, for instance, how “Sugamilk” manages to move between garage rock, arena rock and then back. That seems like the kind of song that’s perfect for the stage.
CG: It’s a high energy song. The entire “Black Champagne” EP is made to be played live and in front of a crowd.
The guitar and drum sounds on this disc is big and roomy. How did you go about capturing that?
CG: We used Chaplin’s in Spring City, PA. It is an old Charlie Chaplin Theater with really tall ceilings and a lot of open space. We used the entire space of the studio by placing mics in multiple places instead of just on the drums or in front of the amps. We did the microphone in a bathroom thing.