“Feel the Fall” is your first single from your EP which has just been released. How does it feel?
The band and me have been self releasing music for years, but never with the support of a publisher behind us. So it definitely feels like an achievement, tinged with nerves for how it's received...
You already got great support from big names like BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Introducing. Do you feel any pressure coming along with being in the public eye now?
I wouldn't say we're in the public eye yet! The only pressure I feel is from myself to keep up the momentum, and to get better with every release.
Do you have any plans to take your music on the road at some point and if yes, where can we see you?
We'll be gigging around London over the next few months; dates and venues coming up soon...
If you guys could collaborate with an artist, who would you choose?
Well as I write these answers I'm listening to Radiohead- and I love Thom Yorke's collaborations with Bjork and PJ Harvey. I think he'd probably tell me where to get off, but if I'm choosing then that's who I'd go for! The rest of Radiohead can absolutely come along too.
What are your plans after releasing your EP? Are you working on an album?
We're working on another EP. 4 tracks is a really nice amount to work a particular sound into. We want to keep exploring different ways of combining the more guitar based indie sound with a really inventive, fresh electronic sound. The EP we just released is very electronic focused, whereas I'm keen to fill the tracks with more layers of guitar, and maybe work in real drum kits to the production.
In case people want to stay up-to-date with you. Where can they best find you?
Music wise- the soundcloud, gig wise- twitter, and for visual stimulation- instagram.