‘Often the best sparks for new songs come from long meandering walks’
Describe your music style in no more than 5 words: Eclectic existential psychedelic folk pop.
Where are you from? All of us live in Toronto, though I (Charles) am originally from Ottawa.
Where is your go-to place for writing new tracks? Often the best sparks for new songs come from long meandering walks in Toronto, and the rest of the writing gets done at my home studio. I tend to demo the song as I’m writing it.
Do you have any releases and/or performances coming up soon? The Multitudes I EP comes out today (July 27) and it’s going to be followed up by Multitudes II & III over the next year. The band will be touring the new EP in Canada this September and October.
What has music enabled you to do? Music has been like therapy for me, it’s led to a lot of healing, self-growth and opening of my mental horizons. I’ve also made many a good friend through the music community.
What is the most recent performance you did? Delta Will played the Open Roof Festival last month, a weekly outdoor movie screening paired with a band’s performance. They screened Rushmore and we threw in “Making Time” by The Creation into our set, the song from the film’s opening credits. It was a really fun gig.