Seattle rock trio U Bellin Hemmie will be playing a live set on KCSB’s “today’s active lifestyles” at 12am on Thursday, July 21st (so Wednesday night). The show can be heard live at 91.9 FM on dial in the Santa Barbara area and streamed live online on KCSB.org.
KCSB’s Spencer vH interviewed U Bellin Hemmie about their newest album, “Pusk.” They said,
“It’s both an evolution and continuation of our sound. The first EP was recorded after playing together for only about a month, and was a bit of an experiment. Now we’ve become a lot more comfortable in our respective roles in this project.Our first EP was a sort of randomly thrown together batch of songs, many left over from a previous project. “Pusk” is a lot more cohesive, both in music and lyrics. This time we wrote each song specifically to play with this group of people. With the process being a lot more collaborative, you can hear how our individual styles come together. Both releases were recorded live in large spaces, but on “Pusk” we were able to experiment with different kinds of auxiliary sounds, and add more details through minor overdubbing. We recorded it in an indoor vert-ramp, and in the basement of a gutted stripclub. It is now up on our Bandcamp. We also have CDs and tapes which we’ll be selling on our tour.”
The link to the full interview with U Bellin Hemmie and KCSB’s Spencer vH can be found here.