INTERVIEW: Sudbury’s Lucky Losers speak about new single/video shoot for Need, Steve Molella of Finger Eleven, and extra

Sudbury’s Lucky Losers

On Friday, Oct. 28, Sudbury band Lucky Losers launched their new single Need from their forthcoming self-titled album due out within the Spring of 2023. Music Life Journal caught up with the band to speak concerning the video shoot for Need, working with Finger Eleven‘s Steve Molella, touring, and extra! Test it out:

Congratulations on the brand new video for “Need”. First off, what’s the tune about and who wrote it?
Thanks for the sort phrases, it goes a good distance for us and our crew. The tune is about how one might threat all the pieces for a powerful sufficient want.

We write collectively as a band. [Vocalist-guitarist] Devon [Cox] had give you the principle guitar riff, and we constructed the tune from there, however it was simply missing one thing till our producer Steve Molella (Finger Eleven) entered the image. He heard the tune and knew precisely what we have been trying to get throughout. He tapped proper into the mindset we had after we have been writing the tune. I prefer to assume he helped deliver lots of angle to the ultimate product.

The video was accomplished at an deserted drive-in. The place is that this situated and why did you guys resolve to shoot the video there?
We shot the video at an deserted drive-in simply outdoors of Midland, Ontario. It’s turn out to be a landmark within the space and it was excellent to seize the vibe of the monitor.
On the day of the shoot, there was huge rain within the forecast and it couldn’t have been timed any higher. All of us received utterly soaked. We positively have some life-long recollections and tales about that day!

How lengthy did it take from begin to end to finish the video?
It was all shot in in the future.  We needed to get out and in as rapidly as doable as a result of we could not have precisely had permission to shoot there. It was well worth the threat of getting busted with our set-up and loud playback, however no one got here to close us down so we have been capable of plow by way of what we wanted to shoot. I feel it took extra time to unload and arrange than it did to shoot it.

How would you describe the completed video?
It’s a really moody video with moments of excessive power and it matches the tune very nicely. We couldn’t be happier with the outcomes.

Finger Eleven drummer Steve Molella produced the monitor. How did he get entangled? Is he somebody you knew earlier than his involvement?
We performed a pageant with Finger Eleven a couple of years in the past the place we first met Steve. We managed to keep up a extremely stable friendship with him, which grew much more true by way of the method of recording with him. He did an incredible job producing “Need”  He knew easy methods to dig in and get what he needed for the monitor.

Will you be working with Steve on future songs or tasks?
Completely! Working with Steve was among the best studio experiences we have now had as a band.  He understood us and allowed us to amplify a greater model of ourselves as musicians underneath his steerage and thru the recording course of.

What are your plans so far as touring? In the previous couple of years, a number of the individuals you’ve performed with included Billy Expertise, Buckcherry, Large Wreck, and the Trews. Is something within the works?
We all the time have one thing within the works! Our plan for 2023 is to be on the highway as a lot as doable. We’re presently within the technique of renovating our bus so we can be prepared for any provides that come our approach.

Are you engaged on any new materials? Is there a full-length album within the works? In that case, when can we count on that? Any type of timeline?
We’re all the time engaged on new materials! Need is the primary single from our forthcoming self-titled album, which we plan on releasing within the Spring of 2023.

Is there the rest you want to add or plug?
We’re so appreciative of all our followers and might’t wait to see you at our exhibits. Take a look at the video and in the event you like what we’re doing please comply with us on our socials or streaming companies. All of the hyperlinks might be discovered right here:

Lucky Losers are:
Devon Cox (vocals, guitars)
Brad Giffen (guitars)
Brent Boileau (bass)
Kyle Poulin (drums)

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Take a look at the video for Need right here.