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SPB: The two of you recorded the album on your own. How does the band’s live setup work?

Anthem Grief: The two of us met through a previous band that was around for a short time. The two of us were the only ones who really clicked in that band. Throughout the years after that project was finished, Gee took me under his wing and we discovered how parallel our writing styles were. We thought, “Fuck it , we are going to do this completely backwards; we’ll write the entire record by ourselves, record it , then we will find others that can put up with us. So, to answer your question...we don’t play live yet; it’s been a long year jam packed with lots of changes and we are just now getting back to writing and finding the missing pieces.

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Words by Loren on July 21, 2019, 9:46 p.m.

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