Interview: Explosions In The Sky – Splendour In The Grass 2012

Writing instrumental music that tells a narrative with no vocals at all, Explosions In The Sky have grown to become one of the most recognised bands of its kind. Even at a structural level the band is unique comprising of two guitarists, a bassist and a drummer and with the wake settled after their 2011 release, Explosions appeared at Splendour In The Grass for an exclusive, one only show and Feeds had a chat with them.

Other than their work as a band, Explosions is also known for scoring major films. A process the band seem to enjoy very much, despite the fact that a film directer is at the helm, they still find the process liberating. Though nothing will compare to releasing albums under Explosions In The Sky. Already on their resume is Friday Night Lights and the yet-to-be released film Prince avalanche.

The lads also give us a rare insight into something many fans overlook when seeing their favourite bands on tour – jetlag! Check out the clip for the full story.

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