NEEDTOBREATHE

Bassist Seth Bolt discusses why ‘H A R D L O V E’ is not a typical NEEDTOBREATHE record, how the success of “Brothers” bolstered their confidence, the beauty that comes from new life, and the second year of Tour De Compadres. … More NEEDTOBREATHE

House of Heroes

Frontman Tim Skipper unpacks the story behind the band’s concept record “Colors,” including the difficulties and freedoms that come with tackling such a project, and their early ties to Twenty One Pilots. … More House of Heroes

Switchfoot

Bassist Tim Foreman explains the specialness behind the band’s 10th album, “Where the Light Shines Through,” how he was surprised by its hopefulness, and why failure is underrated. … More Switchfoot

Kaleo

Lead singer JJ Julius Son talks about the band’s American debut “A/B,” what it’s like to see your music reach a worldwide audience, and how anyone can embrace the blues. … More Kaleo

Sherwood

Frontman Nathan Henry discusses the return of Sherwood on its first record in seven years “Some Things Never Leave You,” the hard work of doing music on your own, the self-doubt and toughness of getting older, and how the experience of being in a band never fully goes away. … More Sherwood

Thrice

Drummer Riley Breckenridge breaks down Thrice’s first album in five years, “To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere,” and how being present in the moment has reinvigorated the band to come back as strong as ever. … More Thrice

Cardiknox

Lonnie Angle and Thomas Dutton discuss the beginnings of the band, making their debut album “Portrait,” managing new transitions, and exploring personal avenues through music. … More Cardiknox

Saosin

Bassist Chris Sorenson looks at the past, present and future of Saosin, including the long road behind the band’s comeback album “Along the Shadow” and welcoming original singer Anthony Green back into the fold. … More Saosin