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Artist Spotlight - House Parties

(Photo Credit: Trey Karnes)

1.) How did you come to pursue music and how long have you been at it?

"Since I was super super young, my mother told me that I was always singing. I didn’t think anything of it until she got me to join choir in school and that’s where I loved the idea of singing. But it wasn’t until middle school where my friend at the time introduced me to all of these alternative and emo bands and that’s where I really fell in love with music." 

2.) Could you walk us through your process of writing music? 

"My process of writing is nothing special, I either come up with a melody and send it off to the boys or they’ve already written an instrumental track that I write to. Most of the time it’s about personal experiences or interactions with people that I’ve had or if I’m having a tough time trying to find a concept, I’ll make up a story for it." 

3.) What artists have inspired you in your career?

"The artists that have inspired my career are of course the famous Paramore, Tonight Alive, Pierce the Veil, Hey Monday, We Are the In Crowd and so much more. Especially the bands that are fronted by women, I’m heavily inspired by. They are a reminder everyday that I can be exactly who I look up to."

4.) Do you have any favorite music gear (guitars, amps, effects pedals, keyboards, etc.) that you love to use?  If so, what’s the story on them?

"I personally don’t have any cool stories with my favorite gear but I do love Sennheiser and Shure!"

5.) Can you describe the vibe at your live shows?  Also, what do you enjoy most about a venue when you do a show?

"The vibe of our live shows is head banging until your head falls off. We love to keep the energy at 100 all the time or try to. We want our shows to be something you haven’t heard of before and blow your socks off when you see us play. My favorite part about venues for me is seeing the different types of green rooms. I’ve been in green rooms that don’t exist, are covered in crude drawings, some autographed by cool and iconic bands that have played there, and fancy ones as well! You never know what you’re going to be walking into and that’s the fun for me." 

6.) What is one thing that you want the public to know about your music?

"I want everyone to know that I hope our music helps you in some sort of way whether you relate to it or not." 

7. What's next for you?

"What’s next for us is writing our album and touring!"

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