Interview: Darwin Deez Talk New Album And Life On The Road

Having graced our stages with headlining shows previously, Darwin Deez was a hot favourite to return at the recent Splendour In The Grass 2013. The buzz surrounding the band has risen exponentially with the release of their follow up album Songs For Imaginative People and Music Feeds caught up with frontman Darwin Smith to get the low down on how it all came together.

The album followed on from where the 2010 self-titled debut LP left off. Smith chats about the process behind making the album and the decisions in making a sound that’s within the band’s sonic reach, yet a standalone effort. Darwin Deez are tour veterans and Smith speaks to us about experiences on the road both Down Under and elsewhere.

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