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Spacey Jane interview: Aussie rockers on UK tour and proudly pulling through to LP two

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coronavirus wrapped its tentacles around our social lives, and there’s a discernible worldly anxiety to the album’s lyrics.He explains: “With nothing positive on the horizon touring-wise, it was like, ‘okay I’m going to write’, it came from this place of anxiety for me I think where I was like, ‘I’ve got to do something, the only way I can be a musician right now is by making music’.”Tracks like Clean My Car and Haircut are an obvious reflection of this creative restlessness, twinning in their emphasis of how mundane tasks became central to keeping anxieties at bay.With all its catastrophizing, it’s really no surprise when Caleb admits that the album was partly inspired by his heavy listening to Phoebe Bridgers’ 2020 masterpiece Punisher.

But, Here Comes Everybody also retains the group’s signature ability to find a catchy chorus in the sadness.Partly, this is attributable to the decision to work with pop producer Konstantin Kersting.

The German-Australian producer and sound engineer has worked with the likes of Dance Monkey sensation Tones and I, and his guidance no doubt informs the pop-gilted edge to the sad bangers Spacey Jane delivers.The decision to work with Konstantin also reflects the fact that Spacey Jane operate in the musical era of the algorithm.

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