Centersight has a funky vibe and poppy elements. So, they’re unique yet totally something I could hear on the radio. Yet, even as someone who does not like electronic music, I can get into this band. As they say below, they “soul” is absolutely part of their sound. Needless to say, this blend has helped the band develop a strong following on social media. Be sure to watch Stuart cover Green Day’s “When I Come Around”, there’s an embedded YouTube video below!
- What are your biggest musical influences?
Muse, Stevie Wonder, FOALS, Sublime, Paramore, Young The Giant, and many more!
- Do you listen to any band or genre that would surprise your fans if they found out?
- What’s next for the band?
Our new single “Tomorrow’s Too Late” is coming out on June 28th of this month.
- How do you think streaming services like Spotify and Pandora have changed how bands release music? Has it made it easier or more difficult?
It’s all about singles now a days. It’s easier because of all the distribution companies out there.
- Do you have any non-musical influences that show up in your music?
Different things that happen in life cause real emotions. which translates to certain lyrics that come from the heart.
- Can you describe your sound?
Our sound is electronic, upbeat, and soulful.
- What are you listening to lately? Anything you would recommend?
- What made you decide to “get into” music and start a band?
The goal is to travel the world with your best friends and then have a random person singing your lyrics in another state.
- How does your writing process work, do you all collaborate on the lyrics or is that job reserved for just one person?
We have several song writers. Usually someone writes the overall direction of the song and then all the members collab [sic] to finish it.
- If you had topick just one, which album would be your favorite?
Panic! At the Disco: A fever You Can’t Sweat Out
- Are there any bands you would desperately love to tour with someday?
Muse,FOALS, Anyone that
- What are your thoughts about bands releasing more singles, rather than following a traditional route and just releasing albums?
I believe it’s the way to go with how the music industry is. You can make the most out of your content because you are continuously coming out with something new. Rather than coming out with an album and then the hype dies down. This is the best way to market your material nowadays.