As a result, the new material maximizes the intense and inimitable union shared by the musicians.
“We went from a rock recording in a basement to doing more polished music with all kinds of gear in a professional studio,” explains Nick. “We knew exactly what we wanted to put down, but never fully could in the past. We can now, because we’ve taken every opportunity to develop our sound."
“We went for a more organic sound,” Elliot explains. “On Future Thieves, we were surrounded by synthesizers and in a certain headspace where we wanted to get digital, but Horizon Line was more guitar-heavy and in-your-face. We’re combining those two aspects now. It’s cleaner and more natural with as few instruments as possible. It allowed us to focus on the impact of the songs and let them speak for themselves.”
“The EP pulls everything together and is how we always envisioned Future Thieves,” Austin leaves off. “There are so many records we put on and appreciate. You can just drift off to them. We want everybody to get the same feeling.”