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Read morePerpetual Night Band’s frontman Mike McFarland has been speaking about the music industry’s need for change for years, but it’s only recently that he’s finally seen the impact that it’s having on the artists he loves.
“I have always felt that artists need to be listened to.
And the way we’re being listened to now is not the way I wanted it to be,” he told The Daily Telegraph.”
We’re not getting the support we should.
The only way we get that is by supporting the artists who we love and caring about them.””
If we don’t listen to them, if we don and don’t support them, then they’re gone.
That’s not fair.
That doesn’t make sense.”
As well as artists like Pearl Jam, Muse and the Rolling Stones, McFarsell also loves the Rolling Stone, The Strokes and Pearl Jam’s John Prine.
“There’s a sense of permanence and closure in music, in which artists will forever be remembered, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to happen tomorrow.
It’s going in a different direction,” he said.
The group have been working on a new album since 2011, with a new music video for “Perpetually Night” due in April.
But McFarlands own band, the All Stars, have struggled to gain the attention that the band had been expecting, and the band are now in a precarious position.
“It’s a tricky situation.
We’ve got a lot of money, and a lot more of it, and I don’t want to lose the people we love.
I want to keep them all together, and we’re not happy with that,” he explained.”
What I’m trying to do is create a brand that’s going nowhere.”
McFarland said he hopes his band can eventually break out of the studio and become a full-fledged band.
“If it happens, then hopefully it’s in a better place now than it was before.
I hope it does happen, but if it doesn’t, then I’m going to go out there and be like, ‘Well, it’s a good day.'””
We just don’t know what the future holds.”