Bad Religion Have A String Of Singles To Be Released During The Pandemic
Despite having their touring plans scrapped in 2020 due to coronavirus, Bad Religion are planning to unveil a string of singles throughout the pandemic.
Following the release of Faith Alone 2020, the California punk rock titans will have even more new music coming soon, according to Greg Graffin.
The singer tells New York’s Q104.3 (via Blabbermouth): “We’ve got a string of other singles that are gonna be coming out during this time. Because when we’re not on tour, we spend a lot of time in the studio. And now we all have music rooms and we all have Pro Tools studios at our houses. And we’re trying to fill in the time by doing creative, collaborative works like that.”
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Greg continues of how bands can utilise this unexpected downtime for their own creativity: “If you’re a creative band, you’re active right now. Because regardless of what a lot of bands will tell you, it’s not that easy to write music when you’re on tour. You have to partition your energy. And the idea of a band getting together after a concert, getting in a bus and just writing music, in our experience, that just doesn’t happen. Good writing is really a time of reflection, and it happens at times like these.
“So I think creative bands can be in a really good mode right now of producing material.”
Watch the full interview below:
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