When The Juliana Theory began work on their major label debut ‘Love’, the band’s mission was clear to them. “Honestly, we just wanted to write an album with good songs on it, that was the first goal,” guitarist Brent Detar told Cincinnati CityBeat. “The second goal was probably to write an album that sounds like the band does live. Our last record was way too polished and had way too many vocal harmonies. We’re a raw Guitar Rock band live and we wanted to make that apparent and improve our songwriting. The next logical step was ‘Love’. I think this is the best set of songs that we’ve written. I hope to change that in the near future.” Citybeat.com has since removed the article.
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