nasmore – Adrenaline Storm [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Intense, meaningful, cinematic

Tell us a few things about your new songs ‘Mind In A Maze’ and ‘Adrenaline Storm’. What is the main idea behind them?

I have a passion for psychology, and that’s what inspires me. At the end of the day, music is a psychological tool. It appeals to your brain, and it can make you laugh; it can make you cry; it can make you angry and motivate you. Both songs are quite meaningful and both come with the strong message.
In a way, “Mind in a maze” is a tribute to Dan Brown’s novels – “The Da Vinci Code”, “Angels and Demons”, “Inferno”. Lots of dark history, pointing to the roots of religion and driven by psychology and current state of the mind. It is a thought-provoking cathartic art expressed as a song.
A mix of pop-rock with rap, “Adrenaline Storm” is a reflection to what is happening to all of us since this pandemic started.

Which is your most personal and honest lyric?

We are soon to announce the new song, called “When will I learn”. So I would have to defer this question to when the song is released.

Artists and people who have influenced and inspired you?

I am a big fan of Pink Floyd, Klaus Meine and many more. I admire them not necessarily for the music but for their character and strength.

What would you change in the music industry?

I think the industry is acceptable as it is. It might be perceived as unfair to new artists. But imagine you just got hired to a new job. You have to demonstrate who you are, have colleagues to know you and like you, and after a fair bit of time, if you prove your talent, skills and professionalism, you can expect some recognition and possibly promotion.

What advice would you give to your younger self?

Haha, I don’t know if I should because I would not listen to it anyways. “Don’t miss the opportunity offered to you. It may be your last one.”

What would be your dream performance venue?

The dream performance venue would be a big stadium. But an excellent performance venue is a small one where you can really connect with the audience.

Favorite music-related film?

I was quite impressed by “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

You’d give up making music for…

I cannot see what could be the cause of that… Unless, for some reason, I had to do it for my family.

Thank you!

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