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Surviving The Charade - Interview

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Surviving The Charade will be dropping their news album ‘We’re Never Coming Home’ on  the 2rd June, see below what the band had to say about the new release. 

You can see the review of ‘We’re Never Coming Home’ here at . 


What influences you both as a band and individuals? 

“Everything, from getting shitfaced to listening to Disney. The truth is, we don’t look in one direction to find sources of inspiration. We kind of just.. let it happen. (That’s what she said)”


So your debut album 'We're Never Coming Home' drops soon, are you excited?

“We’re pumped as fuck, dude. This is the shit we’ve been working on for the past year and a half, so we’re kind of obligated to be excited. Viktor can’t feel his legs no more.”


How was the writing and recording process for the EP?

“The EP ”WE REFUSE TO STAND IN LINE” was more or less all written in our rehearsing studio. Some lyrics changes and scream parts were written in the recording studio though. We recorded the EP with our current mixing producer, Dino Medanhodzic in Stockholm, Sweden.”


Can you tell us a bit about the new album? 

“Well, since we’ve been quiet for a while, not releasing anything since our last single, THE SUPERNATURALS, this album is about everything that has happened between then and now. The sound is a mix of everything we wanted it to sound like while writing this album.”


Are there any plans for a tour in support of the new release? 

There are plans, but nothing is set in stone. Since we don’t have a label, it takes a little bit more time to put things together since we do this by ourselves. 


What's your favourite song on the new album and why? 

“Everyone has different opinions. The punch in Shout, Walls, Shout! can literally knock out an elephant on speed though.”


What was it like working with producer John Mitchell at Outhouse Studios on the new album?

“It was fun. His crew was amazing. James Billinge, Ben Humphreys and Mike Tompa helped us a lot through this album and they actually ended up becoming good friends of ours. Things kind of went a bit mental sometimes, but that was to be expected. It is England, after all.” 


Do you have a fact about the band that the fan's don't know?

“Well.. Yes. If they only knew.” 


Why should people check you out as a band?

“Why the hell not?”


Describe the band in three words.

Gorilla fighting polarbear.


Be sure to keep up with the band via their Facebook page follow them on Twitter at


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