Time Off magazine spoke with The Dears’ keyboardist Valerie Jodoin-Keaton about their third album ‘Gang Of Losers’. “We tracked and recorded ‘Gang Of Losers’ live in the studio, which was much more enjoyable,” Jodoin-Keaton explained. “It was done in [frontman Murray Lightman’s] home studio, and it was all recorded in as few takes as possible. Basically we tried to make it as live sounding as possible. It was a lot more spontaneous, and I think our energy came through better than on ‘No Cities Left’. ‘Gang Of Losers’ was recorded on tape, and the idea was to capture the energy that we emit in our live performances, because a lot of people told us that they appreciated our live performances much more than they enjoyed ‘No Cities Left’.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.
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