Interview: Saskwatch Chat European Shows Vs Melbourne Pub Gigs

Melbourne indie-pop legends Saskwatch are riding high at the moment, having just released their third full-length Sorry I Let It Come Between Us, and to celebrate, came into Music Feeds LIVE studio to record some acoustic delicious musical goodies for you and have a chat to us all about the new album and more.

Chatting to Music Feeds’ Harry Fuller, Liam and Nkechi told us the new album is “a continuation on from the last one in turns of sounds and goals. Soundwise… we’ve been trying to get into new sounds and new territories and it’s rubbed off more on this one.”

Relationships are still at the centre of their songwriting but to achieve the mood shift and a texturally different record the process did change with the band rehearsing “above our favourite pub in Melbourne for about a month… to sorta gather new tunes to record over in Philly.”

You can check out our gallery of photos from their recent performance at Groovin The Moo 2015 right here.

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