With his latest album Urban Gothic Blues painting such a vivid picture of the ever changing nature of the modern city, as well as being such a fantastic collection of songs, I spoke to Harry Stafford about the thens, the nows and the where next for him, his band, his music and the city which inspired it.

Gothic Urban Blues feels like a love/hate letter to modern city life, would it be accurate to say that you find your inspirations in the decaying back streets of the urban sprawl?

Read the full interview at The Big Takeover

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