On the Move

The Stills lose their feathers

It's less British.

Right. Or different British. Less Blur or Radiohead.

More Kinks-sounding.

The Stills are up to their necks in touring.
Liam Maloney
The Stills are up to their necks in touring.

There's one Kinks song we have on our playlist before we go on — "Strangers," off the Lola vs. the Powerman album.

At least the Interpol comparisons might let up.

Yeah, maybe they will. I don't think we sound like Interpol. We never did. It's just that people are lazy. It's lazy journalism. News spreads so fast because of the Internet. It's like somebody says, "Oh, they sound like Interpol," and all of a sudden, you Google "the Stills" and everybody says the same thing — that we sound like Interpol or Echo and the Bunnymen. We'd never even heard Echo and the Bunnymen. I thought the record we made [Logic] was way more '90s-sounding than '80s. People just wanted to say '80s because it was hip. We're definitely into some '70s rock stuff. But we're into '60s stuff, '70s stuff... we're into everything. It's a matter of where you want to go at the time.

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