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August 2018
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KOYO: "We're not afraid to take risks"

You'd be surprised how many bands can trace their roots to loving Limp Bizkit...
Published: 9:37 am, April 06, 2017
KOYO: "We're not afraid to take risks"
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Leeds-based five-piece KOYO - Huw Edwards (lead vocals, guitar), Jacob Price (sampling, synthesisers), Seb Knee-Wright (guitars), Dan Comlay (bass) and Tom Higham (drums) - recently premiered their new single 'Tetrachromat' with Dork. It's the kind of psychedelica-tinged track it's hard not to take a shine to, and it's the first cut from a debut due later this year.

Hey Huw, what first made you want to start making music?
When I was a kid, my Dad and I used to watch the music channels together. This was when the 'Chocolate Starfish's and the 'Hybrid Theory's of this world were taking over the airwaves. I was about nine, and Limp Bizkit's video for 'Rollin'' came on, and I went nuts. That's the truth. Now I'm older I can see why their music is perfect for nine-year-olds! But that's where my obsession with wanting to be in a band and making music started. I have always known exactly what I wanted to do.

Has being a musician lived up to the hype so far?
Well if you're referring to musician musicians who call it their job and stuff I wouldn't say I've quite made it that far yet! But in truth, I think anyone who has an impulse to create or play music can call themselves a musician, regardless of whether they're a pro or not, or whether they're deemed any good. If it's something you just do, then you're a musician. And with that in mind, I suppose it must be living up to the hype, every day!

How are you finding Leeds at the moment? It's a great place to be in a band, right? Where do you hang out?
It's cool. There are shit tons of musicians. I first came here to study music. In the first year everyone had their own little area of expertise, but by the end, we all came away with a little piece from everyones. Since then I worked at Belgrave Music Hall for over two years; that really helped open my eyes - there are just so many bands here! Leeds is still very small in comparison to somewhere like London, but I think cramming that wealth of artists into a smaller area definitely has its advantages; so many different sounds rub off on you. Belgrave is pretty much where we hang out, and Brudenell Social Club. Brudenell is the best venue in Leeds.

Dork recently premiered your debut single ‘Tetrachromat' - for the uninitiated, what's it about?
Sonically and lyrically 'Tetrachromat' represents a day in the life and everything that comes in between. It explores personal triumphs and defeats within your state of mind that you can go through in just one day; how one day you can wake up with a will to change or conquer something in your life, but by the end of the day you're slipping back into your own familiar insecurities. It has that lulling sound, existing somewhere between dreams and reality. Maybe that battle you're going through is a conflict of dreams and reality. When you hear the full version, with part II, hopefully you'll be able to gain more perspective on the idea.

Are more introspective or reflective songs your favourite to write?
Not consciously, but when you listen to a vocalist, I believe it's important to feel totally convinced as a listener that they really mean what they're saying. I suppose I just write about things I feel I can really mean when I sing them. I'm a thinker. I can sit there and think about something until I'm blue in the face. I go crazy sometimes because I think I'm thinking too much. When I'm writing a song, I try to capture those thoughts before I forget about them or how I even got there. And yeah it's usually a reflective thought. I'm pretty paranoid.

We heard a rumour you're working on your debut album, how's it coming?
Yeah, great. It's done. We recorded it at Foel Studios in Wales. It was awesome. It's this seriously cool residential studio literally in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by picturesque, rolling hills. Kinda like the Shire! We went back and forth around six times throughout 2015/2016, and we've come to know the guys down there really well. It has this great prog history. Dave, the owner, used to play bass for Hawkwind before Lemmy, he bought the studio back in the 70s. Since then he's welcomed not just Hawkwind but Ozric Tentacles, My Bloody Valentine, Electric Wizard, Napalm Death, Porcupine Tree... it's a crazy place. Him and Tom, the engineer, are both spot on. People in the area think they're wizards! I think music is very much a product of its environment and our album was very much inspired by the place.

How would you describe the album's vibe?
It takes you on a journey. Each song takes you in a different direction, but they're all heading towards the same destination. Vibe-wise it's definitely progressive and experimental. To be honest, though, the biggest influences on the album weren't necessarily 'prog' bands. I think it just ended up that way because there are such a wide range of influences affecting our music, and we're not afraid to take risks in our songs. Naturally, it's ended up sounding progressive. But it's a proggyness that isn't geeky and indulgent, but a prog that's just... progressive. Music that takes you from one place to another.

Album aside, what's the most exciting thing you have planned for over the summer?
One thing I can confirm is we're playing the Old Blue Last in Shoreditch on 4th May - that's set to be a big one. Aside from that, we're looking at festivals, hopefully some international gigs and another big London show at the end of the summer.

KOYO's single 'Tetrachromat' is out 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