December Streets are one of the acts who will be jamming at Park Acoustics on Sunday the 1st of March 2020! I recently had a chat to the band about this beaut of a one-day festival and a few other things. This is what they had to say.
1. How would you describe Park Acoustics to someone who hasn’t been there?
Imagine the perfect summers afternoon, some of the most incredible and friendly people bound together with golden music all set in an old fort. That’s park acoustics to us.
2. What have December Streets been up to lately?
We’ve been working hard on our new album, burying ourselves in perfecting our sound and exploring new waters. We cannot wait to share it with you in the next few months, and at the Park acoustics show of course 😉
3. What is the funniest thing that’s happened to you during a live set?
We have some pre-programmed, naughty vocal cues in our in-ears that only we can hear on stage (the type that would make our mothers disown us) which were accidentally played through to the crowd at a family show…we were mortified at the time, but looking back on it we all have a good laugh
4. What are your thoughts on the current state of SA Music?
Opportunity. The music landscape has shifted and re-shaped so drastically in the past 5 years which may scare many, but for those brave enough to push boundaries and pour themselves into it, the golden goose is there for the uptake. We’re loving the new artists and sounds arising on the daily and are looking forward to the next few years!
5. What can we expect from December Streets at Park Acoustics this weekend?
Being one of our favourite shows to play you can expect thunderous energy and the debut of a bunch of our new music! See you all there!
I’d like to thank December Streets for this interview and I wish them all of the best with their set on Sunday and their future musical endeavors.
If you don’t have tickets for this weekend’s edition of Park Acoustics, get them HERE.
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