Feverchild - Sound In The Signals Interview

Tino Mortier
I recently had the opportunity to interview Feverchild. We discussed the writing process for their upcoming EP, the importance of having physical releases, and more. Check it below. 

First, thanks for the interview.

Our pleasure, thanks for having us!

You recently released new songs from your upcoming EP. Can you tell us more about them? 

So far, two singles off our upcoming EP (which will be released September 1st) have been put out. We’re very excited about them and they have both been well-received. Although we’re very proud of these songs, I don’t feel like they’re our favourite from the upcoming record. 

What can fans expect from the sound of the EP?

Like we said, we’re very proud of the songs we already have and will put out. It feels very much like we’ve grown as a band, also soundwise. So basically fans can expect more of the same but better haha.

What was the writing process like for the EP? Did you try anything new with that?

Not really, Thibault just brings a riff or an idea to rehearsal and we work around that. It’s what works best for us.

Sunday Drive Records recently released a vinyl pressing of your debut EP. How important is having physical media to your band?

It’s very important, definitely for people who want to support us. But it’s of course a very important way of putting yourself out there as a band. It also feels like a ‘goal’ to see the music you’ve written and worked so hard on being released in a physical way.

Do you have plans to release vinyl or cassettes for the new EP?

Vinyl will be released through SDR (US) and Re-Ignition Records (EU). No plans for cassettes so far, but we’ll see.

I think the debut EP is great and the drums sound fantastic on it. How long did you work on the drums for it?

We actually think the drums could’ve sounded better compared to what the new songs sound like haha, but we’re still happy with it nonetheless. Can’t really remember how long we’ve worked on them.

I really like ‘Be My Epilogue’. Can you tell me about writing that song specifically? 

When we were recording our first EP, we didn’t plan on recording that one. It was just an idea, not even finished yet. But while we were in the studio we somehow finished it and decided to record it anyway. It still feels like the right decision. Looking back, in a way, it seems very cathartic. 

Thanks for taking the time to answer the questions. Do you have anything else that you would like to add?

Thank you for having us! Go to shows and start a band!

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