I first saw the band Into Orbit a couple of years ago, one of their very first gigs. I was blown away. Not just the power and sound of this duo but the conceptual shape of their music. Here were talented players, well-versed in metal, seeking new sonic territory. I loved their debut album, Caverns.
I like what they do.
So I wanted to create the opportunity for a sit down chat with Paul Stewart (guitars) and Ian Moir (drums) – we waited a few months after I first suggested it and that turned out to be wise, they arrived with a test-pressing of their soon-to-be-re-released-on-vinyl debut and horror stories of playing Levin.
They have a new single – and if you listen all the way through you’ll get to hear that new single, you’ll be among the first in the world to check it out. They’re on tour again soon see here for details and in this podcast episode they were frank and honest about the grind of making music as passion-project, of working hard to carve out a niche and juggling day-job stresses with the need to be creative.
I love what this band does – and check out their debut album (a name-your-price download). There’s a new album to come later this year, the brand new single, more shows and an exciting world of music to explore from Into Orbit.