Oli told Kerrang! recently that the band's aim with new music is to “make this thing that feels nostalgic but progressive and futuristic”.
Explaining his mindset going into their next Post Human EP, he reflected, “It’s not healthy to always be like, ‘We’ve got to raise the bar!’ But at the same time we have to, especially when it feels like there’s more eyes on us than ever. Sometimes we think, ‘Oh, the best thing to do now is to put out a big, stock rock song,’ when all eyes are on you, something digestible that anyone can listen to, but it’s not in our hearts. We want to be progressive; we want to be weird; we don’t want to be a regular band.”
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