NERVE WAR COLLAB

 
 
 
Nerve War collab
NERVE WAR COLLAB

Lilou & John discuss the physical and mental effects of Nerve War | They talk about their fifth album | Lilou makes a reference to Van Gogh

John: So we are crossing the Atlantic ocean are we? Well, not literally, but we are working together with American electro-industrial artist Nerve War for our fifth album.

Lilou: Yes we are, these are exciting days. I love his work and listen to it frequently.

John: Many of his songs get me into hyper-active mode, I can’t stop headbanging.

Lilou: Really? They get me into a deep dark introspective mode.

John: Like a trance or meditation?

Lilou: No, more like a time machine to my upbringing in a basement.

John: That’s about what I feel, but for me it’s almost hypnotic and all my senses are exaggerated, I feel like a wild animal, on the edge all the time, but still extremely focused. Hard to explain.

Lilou: I guess great music helps you find what’s inside.

John: You’re obviously right. But what do you think about the upcoming collab?

Lilou: I’m really looking forward to it, since Brandon in many ways seem to work like we do, and even though I love the arrangements on our previous albums, I haven’t felt they were completely adjusted to the songs. We didn’t work in symbiosis with the producers.

John: No, that is true. What do you think about the sound, Brandon’s electro-industrial magic and your expressive voice, “iconoclastic” I believe Brett Stevens wrote?

Lilou: I believe that, combined with your lyrics, the album will be way ahead of its time. In ten years people will be blown away by it.

John: Yeah, it’s great to be avant garde, but hell knows it’s a lot easier when you’re mainstream. Have you ever wanted to be more mainstream?

Lilou: I can’t be mainstream, even if I wanted to.

John: Born freak, stay doxxed, win big.

Lilou: No, more like born alone, stay broke, win after you’re dead.

John: The old Van Gogh syndrome, huh.

Lilou: Exactly.

 

Lilou & John discuss the physical and mental effects of Nerve War | They talk about their fifth album | Lilou makes a reference to Van Gogh

John: So we are crossing the Atlantic ocean are we? Well, not literally, but we are working together with American electro-industrial artist Nerve War for our fifth album.

Lilou: Yes we are, these are exciting days. I love his work and listen to it frequently.

John: Many of his songs get me into hyper-active mode, I can’t stop headbanging.

Lilou: Really? They get me into a deep dark introspective mode.

John: Like a trance or meditation?

Lilou: No, more like a time machine to my upbringing in a basement.

John: That’s about what I feel, but for me it’s almost hypnotic and all my senses are exaggerated, I feel like a wild animal, on the edge all the time, but still extremely focused. Hard to explain.

Lilou: I guess great music helps you find what’s inside.

John: You’re obviously right. But what do you think about the upcoming collab?

Lilou: I’m really looking forward to it, since Brandon in many ways seem to work like we do, and even though I love the arrangements on our previous albums, I haven’t felt they were completely adjusted to the songs. We didn’t work in symbiosis with the producers.

John: No, that is true. What do you think about the sound, Brandon’s electro-industrial magic and your expressive voice, “iconoclastic” I believe Brett Stevens wrote?

Lilou: I believe that, combined with your lyrics, the album will be way ahead of its time. In ten years people will be blown away by it.

John: Yeah, it’s great to be avant garde, but hell knows it’s a lot easier when you’re mainstream. Have you ever wanted to be more mainstream?

Lilou: I can’t be mainstream, even if I wanted to.

John: Born freak, stay doxxed, win big.

Lilou: No, more like born alone, stay broke, win after you’re dead.

John: The old Van Gogh syndrome, huh.

Lilou: Exactly.