Raine Wants ‘Gravity’ To Be Like ‘The Joshua Tree’

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Katrillion.com recently chatted with frontman Raine Maida, who hopes the group can follow in the footsteps of U2. “I always looked to R.E.M. and U2 for inspiration,” Raine said. “There’s a great story about U2. ‘The Joshua Tree’ was their fifth album, the one that broke the band into the mainstream. The fans help you get the exposure you need. I mean, U2 made a video at Red Rocks that they had to pay for themselves. Our fifth album, ‘Gravity,’ is a rebirth for the band. We made the rock and roll we always wanted. It’s a new chapter.”


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