As the recent brace of songs, “Rose Devoid of Form” and “Everything at Once Forever”, makes clear, The Academy of Sun is equally at home with the heart-aching and cinematic as it is with full on rock ’n’ roll. Perhaps tell me about the bands influences and musical plan of attack?

Nick Hudson: We don’t really think about genre. The way we go about arranging songs is probably more akin to painting – combining textures and tones within a given form….

Read the full interview over at The Big Takeover.

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