Tuesday, 30 September 2014

We're Only Here For The Banter - LYLO

With trippy pysch visuals and the expansive pop dripped music to boot, Glasgow trio LYLO are making all the right waves.  Their music creeps into your pysche, with it's infectious sense of fun.  Time for a Scottish Fiction Q&A!

Hello!  How the devil are you?

Hey, we're great thanks!  Hope you're keeping well.

It's the question everyone hates, but could illuminate our readers with a little bit about your music and your influences?

Our music's sound has always stemmed from whatever we're listening to or interested in at the time.  We're always aiming to progress our sound and keep it fresh.

What's your song-writing / creative process like?

It more or less always starts by one of us planting the seed, as in, one of us will have written a melody or groove and we'll jam on it and build it from there.  Mitch writes the lyrics on top of it and voila, we have a song.

What could we expect to see from a live show?

We like to consider ourselves a live band, it's where we can really focus our passion for music!  We love jamming and improvising when we can, just giving our set some flow.  We also feel the visual aspect of our show is important so we work with our good friend to create visuals and we try and use them as much as we can to make the show more of an experience.

What else have you got planned for the rest of 2014?

We have plans to get a 5 track EP out this year and hopefully get some light touring done as well.  Except from that, we'll just be working on new songs, making music videos and trying out new instruments.

What are you listening to at the moment?

Millionaire  by Kelis & Andre 3000

Thanks for speaking with us, would you care to share a joke with us?

Okay, here's our joke:  Whats the difference between a horrible, dirty bus station and a lobster with breast implants?

Ones a crusty bus station and the other is a busty crustacean.

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