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Started by dsanchez, September 27, 2012, 21:17:14
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Quote from: kenstee on September 30, 2012, 17:29:01Actually he wrote: "So if you want to see him live, take a look here:"
Quote from: Ulrich on September 30, 2012, 10:30:37(I think David put the youtube link in to give us an example of how the band does sound.)
QuoteThis the first track to emerge from forthcoming album Lose Your Way (out 1 June) and features The Cure's Perry Bamonte on bass.Hear more: Loveamongstruin.com
QuoteYou recently unveiled the video for the title track from the album 'Lose Your Way', which is set for release on May 11th - what can you tell us about the track?'Lose Your Way' was one of the first songs I wrote for this new album which I think set the bar for the rest of the album. It's a song about how you can go through life following your goals and dreams, surrounded by friends and family and all of a sudden you find yourself lost and not really sure how you got there and realising that you might have changed as a person more than you think.Perry Bamonte of the Cure has also teamed up with you in Love Amongst Ruin, how did that come about?I've known Robert Smith for over 15 years and that's how I met Perry, we met in Paris when The Cure and Placebo were playing some radio show celebration live on stage. We played, then The Cure then we played "If Only Tonight We Could Sleep" together, as some kind of super-group. Perry is a great guitarist but he might actually be playing bass in this new line up.The album itself is due to be released on June 29th, what can fans expect from it in comparison to the debut?I think the new album is very different from the first in many ways. I think that I have become more confident as a singer and as a songwriter. The first album was very much a way of me getting a lot of negativity and frustration out of my system and I think it helped a lot. This allowed for me to be much freer as a writer and to move forward into different subject matter. I think the new album is better all round - better production, better ideas and I think heavier and more rock yet retaining some beautiful gentle songs too.It's safe to assume there should be a tour with the album, right?I would hope to tour this record so we'll just have to wait and see how it's received and see if anyone would like to see us play live.
QuotePerry actually got involved after the album was finished, but we will be writing together for the next album, and he will be playing live with us as a full time member.
Quote from: Ulrich on June 10, 2015, 16:44:29Well, it looks like Perry only got involved after the writing/recording of the current album...QuotePerry actually got involved after the album was finished, but we will be writing together for the next album, and he will be playing live with us as a full time member.https://arena.com/article/love-amongst-ruins-steve-hewitt-finds-his-way-on-new-lp