Listen to Eve 6's 'Lost & Found'
What have you all been up to since the release of 'It's All in Your Head'?
The inordinate amount of time between records three and four was actually really important for us personally and as a band. We each did our own things for a while, various bands and projects. Eventually Tony and I hooked back up and started playing music again. Due to other obligations, Jon wasn't able to return until more recently. The time spent apart really made us appreciate what we have in this band and in each other.
Why did the band decide now was the right time to record a new album?
We wanted to wait until we got all of the pieces in place. Our guitar player Jon's return to the fold was crucial. We feel indebted to our fans because of the time spent away and really wanted to make sure we had the best possible material for this record. Once we got our team together, from management to label to producer, we really felt ready.
What have been some of the challenges you've faced during the recording of the new album?
This recording process was really inspired and gratifying. There were some disagreements and friction here and there but that's what happens when you're making music with people who care. We definitely felt the pressure of wanting to make an awesome record since we'd been away for so long but it was a positive force for us.
What's something fans need to know about the album?
I want our fans to know that this record is for them. We are tremendously grateful to them for their patience and support. We really put all of our attention and energy into doing the best work we could and we can't wait to share these songs with them.
Your fans are so stoked that you're back together. What band do you wish would reunite?
The initial idea for 'Curtain,' the first song on our new record, was to write a note from Noel to Liam Gallagher. It eventually became a more personal song but I'm going to have to say Oasis. Why can't those blokes just get along?