Interviews About Albums: Stain The Canvas - All Fine / eniF llA (2022)

In this new interview, we sat down with the USA Post-Hardcore band Stain The Canvas to ask some questions about his new album "All Fine / eniF llA"

1. What can you say about this new EP/CD?

“All Fine / eniF llA” is a deeply personal journey into an anti-hypocritical point of view and a pessimistic perspective about life in general. It doesn’t want to save you because it can’t, but it wants to show hopeless ones they’re not alone, and they are comprehended. Whenever something goes unexpectedly wrong, you can listen to this record, take your time and accept your current situation, instead of trying to pursue happiness and hope when you just need a break. You can’t always feel good and that’s fine/enif.”

2. What is the meaning of the EP/CD name?

The name of the CD refers to the lie we unconsciously tell ourselves whenever we’re not fine but we need to believe it is, to avoid reality and face the truth 

3. Which one is the composer of the CD/EP?

For the most of it it’s Lorenzo Accattoli who’s the composer and lyricist, except for the songs “Shine”, “ob-la-di, ob-la-die” and “All These Lights Are Graves”, which has been composed by Danien (Daniele Nelli) and written by Lorenzo, and the intro of the album which has been co-composed by both Lorenzo and Alessandro Bonetti.

4. If you had to pick one song, which one would you pick?

Lorenzo: Dead Circus

Bryan: Puppet

Luke: Stolen Youth

Rick: ob-la-di, ob-la-die

Ale: Dead Circus.

5. Is there a special message in this EP/CD? If there is what it is?

This album is pretty much pessimistic, so there is not a real “special message”. But, as we said, we hope people will recognize themselves through the lyrics and find less alone and comprehended. That’s the best we could do in this period. We couldn’t fake optimism at all.

6. Are there some lyrics that you'd love to share?

“When you think everything’ll be fine, sing ob-la-di and ob-la-die; I’m here but not to save your life from all this mess He’s making, hell is shaking”.

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

The inspiration behind the album came from the 2020’s pandemic and lockdown at first, especially for the psychological price we paid. I personally didn’t like what I loved to do anymore (writing music). There are also other themes, like the nostalgia for the old times I often feel (Brain is the Closest Thing to a Time Machine We Have) and the toxic exaltation of perfection through social media (Dead Circus).

8. Something to add?

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