In our most recent spotlight interview, we have a short chat to Zoe White-Chambers from Auction For The Promise Club.
S] Can you talk us through the types of experiences inspiring ‘Walk The Line’?
Z] “It was written with the thought of someone talking to them self, questioning things, inner turmoil and such like…”
S] Coming out of Cornwall, how do you enjoy playing gigs up North in areas like Wakefield and Manchester?
Z] “It’s great to go up North for gigs! We always have such a good time and the people seem to really care about music which is great for us.”
S] What are your plans for the rest of this year?
Z] “We’ve got another single to release and some live dates coming up from October 31 through to November 9, including Manchester, Doncaster and Wakefield.”
S] Outside of music, what keeps the band passionate about creating – people, places or things?
Z] “We all live by The Coast and the countryside so I guess that has a lot of influence. People are always very influential to us! Also, our family and friends.”
S] You headlined the Emerging Icons stage at the Olympics and Paralympics in 2012, what a moment! Tell us about how that felt?
Z] “Amazing! We played twice at the Olympics and twice at the Paralympics. That was such a great vibe and the Olympic Park was lovely. People were so excited about the whole event.”
S] If you create a Frankenstein’s Monster for the band – for example, the head of QOTSA, the arms of Florence And The Machine, who would it be made up of and why?
Z] “Bjork’s head and pretty little face! Thom York’s brain because he’s just a legend. Nick Cave’s legs because their long and hairy. Captain Jack Sparrow’s arms flapping around, and Meatloaf’s chubby belly.”