Doing great! Life is good, so I can’t complain. Currently working on some new material.
Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Empty”?
“Empty” is a cool song to perform. It just brings so much energy. The song tackles how human beings sort of behave like robots and live monotonous lives. It’s a call to all to stop living like a mental sloth. The song encourages listeners to not just “put on a fake smile to make it through the day.”
Did any event in particular inspired you to write this song?
The song was inspired by the overall feel I get from my fellow men/women. I don’t think many of us are really living life the way we should be.
Any plans to release a video for the single?
The single comes off your new album Void – what’s the story behind the title? How was the recording and writing process?
The overall theme of the record is a sense of emptiness, and I felt that the title ‘Void’ was a great way to reflect that.
Writing process was smooth. We took some time off to write the realest music we could. We had the amazing opportunity to work with Andrew Wade (ADTR and many more), and he’s the reason it sounds so badass.
What role does Florida play in your writing?
Huge. It’s only natural that the social paradigms/cultural diversity of our home will impact our music.
Do you tend to take a different approach when you are covering someone else rather than in your own?
Not really. Our outlook is to write/cover music we can enjoy to perform, while transmitting a message others can identify with.
Where did you find the inspiration for the songs and lyrics?
We draw inspiration from many different artists we grew up listening to as well as our own personal experiences.
Any plans to hit the road?
Oh yeah. That’s our biggest priority right now.
What else is happening next in Acaedia’s world?
Even though ‘Void’ hasn’t really been out that long, we’ve been writing a lot. We’re stoked to share some new tunes in the not to distant future.