Tiger Adams: I don’t think we wanted to reshape anything image wise. We just used to have a very consistent live band, but now to make touring possible we have a rotating group of musicians!
You debuted your self-titled album in July. What can you tell me about the process of making the album? How did it differ from the making of your earlier albums as China Gate? How did you go about narrowing down the 13 songs you had down to 10?
What can you tell me about your progression of sound as artists from your more “rough around the edges” rock sound to your more recent sound? Do you find that, as a band, you are always drawing on changing influences to evolve your sound?
Your songs have been described as having a charming and approachable sound that builds a gateway to the hard conversations and reflective questions found in your lyrics. What can you tell me about your approach to songwriting and the subjects that influence your lyrics?
What can you tell me about growing up in Memphis and how the music scene has influenced you as artists? You’ve said that there are not a lot of bands like Super Low in the Memphis music scene. How do you feel that your band fits in? Who are some other local bands that you are loving right now?
Tiger and Harry- I read that you are both now out of college. What did you study? What was it like to have to juggle work and school with the band? What are your plans for the band now you are out of school?
What’s next for Super Low?