September 8, 2017 |

Faces of Eve talk debut album

Faces of Eve talk debut album

September 8, 2017 |

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We caught up with Faces of Eve to ask them about their new self-titled album, influences, and festivals.

What made you want to self release your album?

Dan: Well self-releasing our album gave us a real sense of accomplishment and pride, even though it would have been great having a label backing us, we felt that this way we could really see what we can produce flying solo and in the end this would only push us more to accomplish everything we set out to achieve as a band.

Do you feel like self-releasing the album gave you more creative control or freedom?

Dan: Not really, FACES OF EVE have a sound that can't be caged, what you hear is what you get for the emotions we have at that time, it can't be compromised, whether it be self-release or under a label.

What was it like working with Hacktivist's Timfy?

Dan: Working with Tim was actually a really fun experience, we had such a giggle sharing the studio with him, it was a really chilled and easy atmosphere.  In the short amount of time that we spent there he really became our 5th member essentially, we all gelled really well.

Who would you say were your biggest influences when you were recording?

Ben and Dan: When writing for our self-titled album we didn't really have any influence as such, I guess we had a collection of albums that we were listening to at the time such as Don Broco Automatic, Issues Headspace, Periphery 3, Hacktivist Outside The Box.  Whether any influence transferred is anyone’s judgement.