Check out this interview I did with ENDNAME. Anders Ekdahl ©2019
What pressure is there in releasing an album compared to a demo? Do you feel that there is a sort of pressure to succeed when you release and album, that it sorta is for real now?
-No any pressure, only satisfaction.
When you release a record of any sort what kind of expectations do you have on it? Do you set up goals for it?
-No any expectation, only creating.
When you release an album and you go out and play live and people know your songs, how weird is that? That people know what you have written on your own?
-No any live, only records now.
Do you feel that you have to follow in the footsteps of the last album for a new when it comes to lyrics and art work for everything so that those that bought the previous record will recognize your sound?
-No any lyrics, only music.
Do you feel like you are a part of a greater community because you play in a band?
How hard/easy is it to come up with new songs that that still are you but doesn’t sound like anything you’ve already written?
-Is doesn’t matter.
What influences/inspires you today? Where do you draw inspiration from? Is it important to have some sort of message?
-Inspire in music we listen, inspired in life we live. The message is important.
We hear about what state the record industry is in. Then we hear that cd sales are increasing. As a band that releases records do you notice the state the industry is in?
-Industry is well and go on.
What is your opinion on digital verses physical?
-Digital and physical are good.