Interview with Patient Sixty-Seven

Walk me through your creative process.

It’s definitely a new experience for us a band, at the moment we kind of pass things back and forth and add our own ideas and kind of bring it together at the drawing board before recording.

What inspired your new single ‘Callous’?

Callous for me, is really just about finding that fire within yourself to realise when people are walking over you. There’s specifics in there, and drawing on other situations that I guess really pushed me to write the lyrics I did for it – but it’s really about standing your ground in situations where you feel like there’s no way out of any toxic relationship.

Tell me about your weirdest on-stage experience.

Probably our first show together, someone legitimately came to an all-ages show as high/messed up as anything and started hurling comments at all the bands. Definitely a start to our time playing shows.

How do you balance your personal life and your musical career?

You said it, it’s all about balance. As much as we’d all love to throw ourselves into doing what we love full-time, there’s a line to draw when you see the effects of burn out. It’s a balancing act.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Good question! If we’ve got to keep playing fun shows, and hopefully see some new places along the way – that would be truly incredible.

A penguin walks into the room wearing a hospital gown, why is he there and what’s the first thing he says?

Charles Stiles, Mystery Diners.

What are you currently working on and what can we expect to see next?

New music is in the works – as well as playing some places we haven’t been to before. Stayed tuned!

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