Q: How did you come together as a band when living
in 3 different cities, so far apart?
A: We met online and the chemistry was there from
the start. We sacrificed time and gas money to continue being a band.
Q: Why did you name the album "The Melody and
the Energetic Nature Of Volume?"
A: It was a line from a bio I had written; we
felt that it really encompassed the vibe of the album. All the elements are present
in our album, melody, energy and volume. It just fit perfectly.
Q: What is the meaning behind "Cold (But I'm Still
A: Basically it is about falling in love too fast. I try not to explain my lyrics very
often, I find that it can take away from the personal meaning that a listener has developed over listening to it.
Q: How is it different touring internationally
instead of in your Home country? How well have you been received in those international countries?
A: We have had a great response, more so in our
own country. The radio Thing wasn't happening in Canada,
since then it has changed so we are looking forward to getting back home for a few shows.
Q: How soon should Evans Blue expect a follow-up
album? Do you have a tentative schedule or will you just go with the flow?
A: We've started writing it; it will be done long
before this album has run its course. It's maybe half written already. I'd say realistically a couple years. It will be out as soon
as we possibly can though, that is for sure. It's lyrically darker and I think
a little more mature musically.