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Which movie would you love to have written a song for?
Trevor O’Connor (Lead Vox/Guitar): I would love to write music for one of the "Mad Max" movies. It’s so aggressive but campy and at times light hearted and hilarious. I think it would be a challenge and also a lot of fun. Dylan Jacobus (Bass/Backing Vox): I would have loved to have written a song for Under The Cherry Moon. I mean, I know Prince wrote all the music for that since it's his movie, but writing something to fit the black-and-white, 1920's socialite vibe would be fun. Connor Larkin (Guitar/Keys Backing Vox): "Road to Perdition" cuz the atmosphere is so dark and picturesque. I always thought it would be really cool to write scores for soundtracks! Whenever I write music for the piano it ends up coming out sounding like something from that movie! Sean Farrelly (Drums): I would love to write music for the movie "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind." Almost everyone can relate to what that movie is about and it would be gratifying to write music that lends itself to helping people cope with those intense feelings.
If you could go back in time, who is the artist/band that you would’t miss a concert?
TO: The Beatles. They were the best. Or Johnny Cash... he was a cool ass dude. DJ: Prince. CL: David Bowie. SF: Pantera \m/
Favorite thing to do in NYC on a day off?
TO: I like to take my woman to Fraunces Tavern down in the meatpacking district... George Washington chilled there once and he was a cool dude. I also love McSorleys for some light or dark beer....and Otto’s Shrunken head for a strangely awesome time. Rodeo Bar was also one of my favorites...i’m very upset it closed :( DJ: Spend more money than I should, at bars where I don't belong. CL: drink...a lot. SF: Having a cold one with the boys naturally.
How would you describe your music in just one word?
TO: Robust. DJ: Popsicle. CL: boys. SF: Untoward
(encore) Where can people listen to your music online?