Liars' Angus Andrew: Putting out a record lost a lot of meaning
An interesting, yet laid-back interview with the Liars' frontman Angus Andrew in The New Cue. About releasing albums: "When I first put out the first record, I really had no expectation that anyone would listen to it. I wasn't worried about that. And, obviously, now, I'm more conscious of that. And in the whole technical sense, it just seems like when you put out a record nowadays, the music is a portion of it or something. It's not the whole thing, it's weird. There's so many different platforms and different things to do. It's a little bit overwhelming, to be honest. I definitely have worked through the time in which it’s gone from where putting out a record lost a lot of meaning at some point when things started to get digital to there being an onus on artists to produce works that lived beyond the digital. I suppose that's what we're doing. Even though it's all still digital". Liars' new album 'The Apple Drop' is out this Friday.