Spoke Too Soon – Interview

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Ahead of their gig at Monsterfest 2021, Spoke Too Soon answers a few questions from IGigs.

  1. Festivals are a great opportunity to catch acts that are new to them, what should people expect from your set if they have not seen you before?

Over a year and a half of pent up energy just craving to be unleashed.

  1. How does it feel to be back playing again? What songs are you looking forward to performing in front of an audience?

Preparing for this gig has been tough with everyone’s lives being a bit different now (and another bassist leaving) but the thought of getting up on stage in front of the home crowd is reminding us why we power through! We only played 5 gigs after our last release so those songs all need a bit more love.

  1. Monsterfest is a showcase of rock and it’s many facets, how do you feel about the current Rock scene?

It’s great to see it picking up again but it’s just not been the same since Tom left Blink. 

  1. Monsterfest is jam-packed with talent,if you could steal one song from other bands performing at the event, which would it be?

Vanilla Radio by The Wildhearts. That song’s been in my head since the day my parents got Sky and I discovered Kerrang.

  1. Given that the Nessie is already taken, which monster would you take as your band’s mascot and why?

Scuzzlebutt. Could you imagine having Patrick Duffy as a leg? Terrifying.

  1. Anything else?

Buy a t-shirt (and a hat)!

TICKETS for Monsterfest 2021 available HERE.

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Chris Lemon
Chris Lemon
A lifelong passion for music matched with a geeky fascination for social media and websites resulted in the creation of Inverness Gigs back in 2010. The aim of the site is to help promote, support and generally raise awareness of the local music scene.If you want get in touch you can contact me direct at invernessgigs@gmail.com

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