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A Moment With . . . School of Seven Bells

  • October 5th, 2012 | Music

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    Seven questions for Alley from School of Seven Bells:

    What are you working on right now? We’ve been touring the new record, Ghostory, all year, AND all the while recording new music. We always say we’re going to take some time between records, let them breathe or a bit, but we never do! It’s hard to put limits on something that you love to do.

    What’s your favorite thing about fall? The weather! I remember even as a kid how much I loved dressing up, the colors, the layers. The whole ritual made whatever you were doing – whether it was going to school or going to run around outside – a bit more exciting and special.

    What are your wardrobe staples for the season? Number one is black jeans. I live in them. A really great jacket that I can layer with is key too. Boots! I just got these vintage gold Jordache booties that I love.

    Which items from our shop would you like to add to your closet? I’m in love with the Steven Alan black floral Boyfriend shirt – I love flowers over black. The black cropped wool cape by Fidelity Sportswear is awesome. So is the Closed dot jacquard blouse. You guys have lots of great stuff right now!

    Which song are you playing on repeat?Feeling’s Gone” by Beacon. It’s off of the For Now EP. It’s so cinematic and moving. Love it!

    Do you have a favorite memory from being on tour? There are so many! It’s hard to pick one. Singing with The Jesus and Mary Chain in Beijing was pretty epic. Running around the French Quarter with Exit Music (amazing NY band), crashing a karaoke stage and filming both of our bands doing “Gin and Juice” by Snoop . . . that was kind of epic too.

    Who should we interview next? The bands I mentioned, Beacon and Exit Music, are both New York bands that I absolutely love at the moment. Both of them released music this year, too.

    Thanks, Alley! You can check SVIIB’s tour dates here.

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