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That’s what people our age in this moment grew up listening to, so of course it’s coming back. Yeah I mean, we’re stoked about a lot of them I would say. “Fade Into You” is my favorite song of all time, and I think that’s awesome. But there’s plenty of bands where you could see that this is just a cash grab. There’s definitely a lot of bands getting back together you’re like this is lame, they don’t get it.They don’t get why they were good and they probably don’t care.After winning the national television show The Sing Off, the group has released multiple albums of holiday and cover songs.Wanting to branch out from cover songs, they recently released their first original album in October of 2015.Do you feel more comfortable in the studio this time around? Last time was our first time working in a studio ever, really. Me and Brennan [Greaves], the guitar player, used to play in hardcore bands, and Britty [Drake, guitar/vocals] would play with hardcore and punk bands, and [in those scenes] you would set up in a basement with a shitty mic and just do it. But last time, half the battle was learning how to record a record, which was cool. So we did that and then we did two songs for a split and then we did like a single for comp here. whatever.” But also, Michigan is not that far away, so it’s not like we’ve been out of the loop of Wawa for our whole life.But this one, definitely, we had a lot more confidence coming in. The studio is in Conshohocken, which is like 25 minutes out. The guy that [producer Will Yip] owns the studio with, Phil Nicolo, he produced and recorded [The Fugees’] “Killing Me Softly.” That all happened in the studio. Have you guys been fully indoctrinated into the cult of Wawa yet? It’s always funny when someone’s like “Yo, I can’t believe you’re talking bad about Wawa.” Do you think there was just a lack of that in the years between ’90s and the last few years, when this has kind of come back around?The 1975’s stardom over the past three years or so didn’t happen overnight.Members Matty Healy, George Daniel, Adam Hann and Ross Mac Donald have been in bands together for over ten years, switching through different monikers, including Drive Like I Do, Bigsleep, Talkhouse and—yes—Forever Enjoying Sex.

The five part group includes lead singers Kirstin Maldanado, Mitch Grassi, Scott Hoying, and the beatboxing-bass duo of Kevin Olusola and Avi Kaplan.But it’s awesome to see a band like Mazzy Star, or Ride coming back.It’s not like those bands were crazy popular in the moment anyway.You could sit in Garage Band and either do it on your computer, like electronic stuff, or just record a whole record by yourself.That’s something you are able to do now, like [Philly singer/songwriter] Alex G. He just sits in his apartment and does that whole record on his computer and I feel that’s like how music works now. Like five years ago, every band was like a new wave inspired band.

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