Interview with The Jackdaw

Brighton based punk-rockers The Jackdaw stopped by to chat about their bewitching second single ‘Tales of a Blonde Wig’, why music is the right decision and Queens of the Stone Age.

To anyone new to your music, name 3 words that best describe your sound. 

Raucous, chaotic and exciting. 

What would be your dream support gig? 

Supporting Queens of the Stone Age at Ally pally would be nuts. The best band and the best venue – I respect the ‘no seats’ policy. 

What made you decide music is the right path for you?

The buzz we got whilst playing our first gig. Before we stepped out on stage, we could never have predicted the insane feeling you get when the atmosphere is alive and the crowd are getting properly into the music. So yeah right from the very first gig, the music has been something we all wanted to take a lot more seriously. 

What’s your writing process like? Do music or lyrics come first?

For us the music always comes first, either a riff or a bass line. Then our angry singer Joe will shout various lyrics over the top until a chorus starts to take shape.

Tell MoggBlog viewers about your latest release! What’s the inspiration behind that?

“Tales of a blonde wig” is our second single. It came about after an unexpected altercation between a band member and a wig-wearing partygoer. It has the same chaotic aggression as our first single, but with a catchier chorus, “Tales of a blonde wig” is our best song to date. It was produced by Dan Swift (snow patrol, aqualung), and there are 3 more singles on the way for later in 2021…

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