Interview: Surfer Blood On Moving From Bedroom Recordings To Big Studios

No strangers to our shores, or for that matter to the stages of Splendour In The Grass, Surfer Blood rocked up to Music Feeds Studio before heading up to Byron for their second stint at the festival. The band has developed in leaps and bounds since their inaugural Australian visit so there was plenty to talk about during their live interview, which was followed-up by a performance.

Earlier this year, the crew released their 2nd full length album Pythons. Having worked on the record with production mastermind Gil Norton, we discussed the influences on this album and internal forces that were at play. They band are obviously stoked to be back in town and by the sounds of things, have prepared some pretty special shows for their fans at Byron, and the rest of Australia for their headlining sideshows.

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