Interview: Secondhand Habit

    We had a pleasure of interviewing Canadian band Secondhand Habit. This is our interview with them.

    Hi, how are you guys?

    We’re great! Super excited to get some new music out there

    So, how did you come up with the name Secondhand Habit?

    The name Secondhand Habit represents how almost all habits both good and bad come from somewhere else and how music is our Secondhand Habit to pass on to the listener

    How did the band form?

    The band formed in 2010 after Jon’s old band Caddik fell apart, we’ve had many member changes over the years and ended up with the current line up around January of 2016

    Do you have anything exciting in the works in the upcoming year?

    We’re releasing a new EP called From the Ashes on June 1st and are playing a festival in Port Alberni, BC called the Five Acre Shaker in August that we’re pretty stoked for

    How did the idea for ‘Give Me All You Got’ music video come about?

    We started out having the idea of filming a house party show for the video then it evolved to incorporate chasing love and finally we decided to add a trickster always stopping us because we like to keep it goofy and make people laugh

    Describe your music in one word.


    Describe yourselves in one word.


    If you could give any advice to any aspiring musicians out there what would it be?

    Music is all about persistence and learning from what worked and what didn’t, people today expect a lot of instant gratification but you’ll never really create anything you’re truly proud of unless you put the time in

    What is your definition of culture?

    Culture is when a group of people come together to create something that they feel defines them or reflects their current state

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    Modestas Mankus
    Modestas Mankus
    Modestas is the Editor-in-Chief at Our Culture Mag. He regularly delves into modern art, fashion, and photography. Modestas is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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