Brooklyn quintet Ava Luna were not short of funnies in their recent video interview, as they told us about their influences, how they began and the unusual things they got up to while recording their new album 'Electric Balloon'.
Carlos explained, 'I started writing songs in my bedroom a long time ago and recording them and using the name Ava Luna. Then I met people and they decided to play music with me.' And those people turned out to be a lot of fun with Julian revealing just one stand-out moment during the production of the album. 'We all lived in a house for a couple of weeks during the writing and recording and our bassist Ethan would cook us the most horrifying, cheese-filled macaroni butter things and the album is really slow now', he says. The band collectively seemed to cite Desmond Dekker as a strong influence on their sound (among many, many others).
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