Interview: True Villains

Published on 24 May 2021 at 14:13

1: How did you decide on the name, “True Villains"?

Tim the guitar player actually came up with the name, and just thought it sounded cool.
2: What inspires you to create?

Just our love for music and playing together to make something unique of our own.
3: What advice would you give to someone who wants to be in a creative profession?

I would tell them to prepare themselves for an emotional roller coaster of proud moments and also depression when you can’t find what you are looking for.
4: Do you feel open minded about what you listen to? Do you like going out of your comfort zone?

Yes I love hearing new things I’ve never heard. Variety is the spice of life.

5: What outlets do you find out about music from? (Record stores, magazines, samplers, etc.)

Podcasts, word of mouth, through Instagram.

6: What is your favorite format to listen to music on? (CD, Vinyl, etc.)

Wouldn’t say I really have a favorite but I def enjoy looking at the album artwork on a cd or vinyl.
7: What band/artist do you think everyone should listen to?

Right now I think everyone should be checking out a band called BRKN Love.
8: What motivates you to check out a new artist?

 I just love finding something new that connects with me. Or people spicing up a genre with a new sound.
9: Who was the first band/artist that became your favorite band?

For me it was Poison. Which is funny because I don’t listen to them at all anymore haha but I was obsessed at first.
10: What was the inspiration for your song “Dig Your Grave”?

Well we came up with the song instrumentally first and then I started singing some melodies I really liked and Matt the drummer had an idea for a song called “dig your grave” so we started piecing together an idea that would fit with my melodies and the chorus lyrics actually came to life super quickly and helped me change the melody to something I ended up liking even more


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