To Switchfoot singer Jonathan Foreman, the band’s new album, ‘Nothing Is Sound’, has more similarities to a Led Zeppelin album than just thunderous riffs. “What we tried to recreate was the way my favorite bands like Cream and Zeppelin made their music: by travelling and trying out new things every night in front of their audiences,” Foreman tells Australia’s Time Off magazine. “You write a song backstage and try it onstage minutes after. Every day you have a new horizon. You get a different frame of mind, and that allows you to take risks with songs. This record has an energy because we played these songs hundreds of times live. It was the way the audience reacted to the early incarnations of the songs that led to how they sound now.”
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