Interviews About Albums: Eyes On Satellites - The Illuminator (2018)

In this new occasion we have had the opportunity to interview the Post-Hardcore/Rock  band Eyes On Satellites about their new album "The Illuminator". They are from USA. Check out this band and give them a like on their FACEBOOK PAGE

1. What can you say about your new EP "The Illuminator"? 

We are all extremely excited to have released this EP. We are excited about the new direction of the band and feel confident about our new sound. We feel like we really found our home.

2. What is the meaning of that name?

"The Illuminator" portrays a persons' inner struggle to ‘find the light at the end of the tunnel’. The EP takes you on a journey to do just that.  This is something that many people deal with and can relate to on a day to day basis.

3. Which one is the composer of the EP? 

We all compose each song together. It was very important to us that everyone had a voice.

4. If you have to pick one song off "The Illuminator", which one would you pick? 

It would definitely have to be "She Bends Her Arms To Look Like Wings". 

5. Is there a special message in "The Illuminator"? If there is what it is?

Although there are multiple messages in the EP, the main one we want to convey is everyone has a purpose in life and its up to you to find it.
6. Are there some lyrics that you'd love to share?

"I'll hold on to find a reason to stay" and "I can't see the sunshine through the midnight in my heart. I long for your presence, even when it tears me apart"

7. Which inspirations have been important for this new EP? Like musically or friends, family, someone you'd love to thank especially? 

There are many: Twin Peaks, David Lynch and all of our family. As for bands, Pianos Become The Teeth, Touche Amore, Counterparts, Aphex Twin, Dance Gavin Dance and Underoath.

8. Something to add?

Please check out our new music video for "She Bends Her Arms To Look Like Wings" along with our EP:

"She Bends Her Arms To Look Like Wings" Official Music Video -

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