It definitely feels like this really positive, collaborative experience where we’re all on the same page.
It comes from a dark place, but when I’m making it, it’s a way for me to process. I’m laughing as I’m making it, but I’m being half-serious too. I think for me, it’s more about anger, venting and satire.
We’re coming from a punk background but we don’t want to limit ourselves in any ways. We’ve learned to express ourselves in a certain way, but we want to broaden the palate infinitely.
I wouldn’t say it’s a departure, but it’s definitely an evolution. Because of all these influences, all these different styles that I’ve played and listened to, my songbook reflects that in every way.
We know that women’s bodies are very marketable. There is an innate power in women’s bodies, which has been distorted.
There’s this human quality, when you work with a specific group of people, you’re setting this album in a place and a time.
I’m interested in making things that are perfectly imperfect.