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One Question Interviews: Loud Love

Dries (Loud Love-vocals)

SPB: Is the recently released EP reason for extensive touring or are you more focused on releasing more material soon(ish)? 

Dries: Well yes and..no :)

The aspect of bringing your music on a live stage: the aspect of connecting with your peers and audience, the sense of community and togetherness created during a live performance is a super-important element of every punk or hardcore band. So yes, we love to play, we looooove it. So of course we’re very happy the EP generates that demand and we’re more than satisfied with the number of shows we can play right now.

But we’re currently also in a very creative phase and already have a bunch of new songs we’re eager to record. We’re a relatively new band so we’re still finding that balance between getting out there, trying to reach as many people as possible with our music and, on the other hand, maintaining that creative flow where we’re writing a bunch of new songs, where we’re totally enjoying creating music together and further evolving and growing as band. We’re trying to find that mix between playing as much as we can and finding the right amount of time to finish and record our new songs just the way we like it.

But one thing must be clear: we want to be a strong presence on stage as well as a band that’s creative, evolving and bringing new music on a regular basis.

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Words by Dennis on Jan. 5, 2020, 9:25 p.m.

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