INTERVIEW: Blue Healer

Hi guys, welcome to VENTS! How have you been?

Dees: We’ve been great! Playing lots of music, making videos, etc etc. Lots of fun.

Can you tell us more about the story behind your track ¨30,000 feet¨?

Bryan: We added up our foot fetishes – turns out, it takes exactly 30,000 feet..

Did any event in particular inspire the song?

Bryan: That’s always a tough question, but really it’s inspired by looking at something familiar from a different vantage point. Sometimes you find meaning by changing your perspective, by stepping out and seeing the world around you with new eyes.

How was the recording and writing process?

Dees: 30,000 Ft. was one of the first tracks we put together for the new record, at our ‘home base’ studio Fast Horse in Austin. The first demo version was a slow/spacey piano kinda thing, and from there we put the big beat and bass on it and gave it a cool lope.

How has the city of Austin had an influence on your music?

Dees: A city is great because of the people who live in it. Austin, in particular, is full of great creative people, and industry folks. It also has great programs like HAAM (Health Alliance for Austin Musicians) that enable the creative process also.

How´s your new album coming along?

David: The album is good, I spoke with it last week. It’s excited to meet everyone.

Any tentative release plans or release date in mind?

David: We’ll be releasing a second single next month, we are excited to get this music out into the world. It’s getting restless in its cage.

Any plans to hit the road?

Dees: We are hitting the road in February across the South East and then we’ll be back for SXSW and then back on the road a lot this year.

What else is happening next in Blue Healer´s world?

Bryan: Well, we have an exciting 2016 ahead of us: the first round of heavy touring, getting into the festival circuit, releasing a debut album (it’s all done and itching to get out the gate), passing GO and collecting $200. The usual.


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