Frontman Tim Skipper discusses why House of Heroes new record Cold Hard Want comes from a desperate place, trying to write massive-sounding moments and staying true to who you are.
"We’d love to do this full time. We’d love to be the most successful band in the world, I don’t think anybody wouldn’t love that, but if we have to do that at the expense of making compromise after compromise and not being true to who we are, then it’s not worth it to us. That’s us making peace with we gave it our best. If it works, awesome. If it doesn’t, awesome. We’ve got seriously a lifetime full of stories in the 10 years we’ve been House of Heroes, and that’s fine. I’ll take that any day."
So my last interview for Decoy Music has been posted. House Of Heroes frontman Tim Skipper expounds on the creation of Suburba and its suburban themes, the band's musical progression, and finding freedom amidst life's setbacks.