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Interview: Modest Mouse

Interview: Modest Mouse

Wednesday 18th March, 2015 11:10AM

Quality over quantity is something Modest Mouse focus on. Since forming in 1993, the Washington band have released a restrained number of records, the latest being sixth studio album Strangers to Ourselves, an offering that plays with the concept of having one eye on a microscope and one eye on a telescope. It's a refreshing listen after a long eight years between drinks. The last time the world heard new material from Modest Mouse was in 2007 when they unveiled We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank.

The band has always been volatile, giving the sense it could implode at any moment, but somehow, more than 20 years after coming together they have managed to weather all storms and emerged out the other side more popular and better loved than ever before. To coincide with the release of Strangers To Ourselves, UnderTheRadar spoke with the band’s charismatic, enigmatic (and sometimes misunderstood) singer Isaac Brock about kauri trees, corporate greed, recording the new album and future albums that are up the band's sleeve...

Click here to read Ben Coley's interview with Isaac Brock, and watch the video for 'Coyotes' below...

Strangers To Ourselves is out now via Sony Music.


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