Brisbane’s finest, Violent Soho have unleashed a mini documentary on the making of their latest album Everything Is A-OK.
The doco sees them detail the recording process, the fun along the way, and touch on their need for the ‘lil hiatus between WACO and the latest record.
“Like, Hungry Ghost was still tethering off just before we went to the studio for WACO, there was no gap between the cycle,” explains frontman Luke Boerdam.
“This time there was no fuel left in the tank and we quite consciously said, ‘at the end of WACO, we’re really stopping.'”
“I think if we didn’t have a break, we wouldn’t be a band anymore,” added Luke Henery.
The mini doco is a 14-minute watch and super interesting. Plus, it’s full of that Violent Soho charm.
As well as that, a huge highlight in the doco is Luke Boerdam’s Bernard Fanning shrine, of course.
You can watch it in full down below.
Violent Soho took out their second #1 on the ARIA charts in a row with Everything Is A-OK. Catch what we thought of it here.