So, what happens is that Sean and Casey and I work together, I usually write the lyrics. Then I record a take with the music, and send it to Harry and Ripper, and get them to record their take of the song. Then they send it back to me, and I listen to it and whoever I think sounds good on a particular verse or chorus for instance, that’s taken and we create a completed version that way. It’s worked quite well so far. In terms of performing these songs live, it’s a bit of an adjustment, as sometimes one of us might come in slightly earlier than we’re meant to so we adjust and work it out. In terms of whether there’s been a change from the first to the second album, I wouldn’t say there’s been too much of change, though maybe more when it comes to performing live.
When we went out on our first tour, we did all 12 songs from the first record, and then songs from each of our own back catalogues, and a few covers. This time we’re doing 7 songs from each record, and 1 cover song. So, we’re really going full throttle with Three Tremors. I think it’ll be great.