2 weeks after the premiere of their recent split with APOSTLES OF ERIS (Zegema Beach Records / Dingleberry Records), New Canadian cross-genre hybrid THE WORLD THAT SUMMER sits down with IDIOTEQ to discuss their influences, local scene, and more! Full of dreamy soundscapes and ambient backgrounds, the debut record from THE WORLD THAT SUMMER never loses a sense of urgency and tension, yet is a perfect gift for fans of mellow, post rock inspired post hardcore. Listen for yourself and scroll down to watch the full interview with THE WORLD THAT SUMMER!
Hey guys! Thanks so much for taking some time with IDIOTEQ. To be honest, after my recent interview with Swedish beast NIONDE PLAGAN, I expected a split record with them!. They mentioned it a couple of months ago. Is it still in the works?
How did you come up with the idea of this new collaboration with APOSTLES OF ERIS? Tell us more about the band and this new co-release.
These new tunes often sound more post rockish than a typical raw screamo band. What initially attracted you to the idea of creating this mixture of moods? Tell us about your inspirations. Also, when composing, do you try to distinct your art from other record you’re fans of?
Do see THE WORLD THEAT SUMMER as connected to some higher issues and messages you would try to convey to your listeners? What values do you link to the band and, in fact, what does being in a punk band mean to you?
Ok, so what other projects are you involved in?
Ok, so let’s dive into your local independent music scene, shall we? How thriving is it these days?
Can you name a couple of inspiring projects, bands, labels, venues and other stuff related to DIY scene?
What’s been some of your favourite shows this year and what are you looking forward to when it comes to new records and live gigs?
Ok guys, lastly, are you working on new music with THE WORLD THAT SUMMER?
Cool, thanks a lot for your time! Please feel free to add your final words and take care!
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