Joining us this week out of Vancouver is Said The Whale’s Tyler Bancroft. Said The Whale are a JUNO award winning band, with 5 full length albums, and numerous EPs to their name since 2007. They also achieved a #1 hit Canadian Rock/Alternative chart in 2013 with “I Love You”
The band have recently released their new record “As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide” which has taken Said The Whale back to its freeform roots while simultaneously venturing forward into uncharted art-pop territory. In this interview, we hear more about the new record, how the band promoted it, and the advice Tyler would offer to his fellow musicians.
- Marcio has invented a new theme park - Welcome to “DadLand”
- Tyler tells us about Said The Whale’s return to their earlier sound on the new record
- We hear how Said The Whale’s drummer and bassist left, which helped steer the change in musical direction
- Tyler shares how with fewer members, the band has more creative freedom
- Marcio calls Ross out on