Interview | Senses Fail

July 29, 2012
By: Megan Washington & Callie Rawls
Video Interview: CLICK HERE

* Follow Your Bliss: The Best of Senses Fail came out on June 19th. So, how does it feel to have a Best of album before the age of thirty?
Oh, I don’t know. I guess we could have waited but we just kind of did it because of the summer tour and everything.

* Now you guys said and tweeted that you have been writing material while on the tour. What’s the current status of that?
We have a couple of songs and a ton of ideas but we haven’t made a lot of progress.

* Do you know how many songs you anticipate to have on the new album?
No, it really depends on–at least ten, the maximum of thirteen.

* Are you going to be recording it after Warped is over? I noticed a gap in your schedule.
Yeah, November.

* Like New Found Glory, you guys have mentioned you’ve written material through the internet since you live in different locations. Do you think by doing that, it may create a new fad in music?
No, I mean, I don’t like doing that. We kind of do that but that’s not really how the record is going to be written. I don’t think you can write good records like that.

* Your band has been around awhile. What are some things you think newer bands can learn from you while touring with you on Warped Tour?
You’ve gotta love what you do or else you’ll break up at some point.

* What is currently the most random thing someone would be able to find on your bus?
A deck of magic cards or something.

* Fans always tell you what your music means to them, but what does Senses Fail mean to you?
I guess, it means my life. Really, I mean, it’s part of my life. It’s just as much of me as my family, my girlfriend…