INTERVIEW: The Fleeting Ends


The Philadelphia based rock trio The Fleeting Ends have been making quite a name for themselves amongst the indie scene lately.  Their latest album “Our Eyes Are Peeled” released this past March through Milkboy Recordings which has been receiving great reviews all around.  The Fleeting Ends have a unique style that blends catchy melodies and original instrumentals.  The band has been heavily touring to promote their latest release and have been gaining plenty of new fans along the way.  Drummer, vocalist, and keyboardist Matt Amadio was kind enough to answer a few questions providing a bit more insight into The Fleeting Ends in general.  The band has been continually growing and progressing with ever increasing fan base to support it all.  Read below to learn more about The Fleeting Ends feelings towards being in a band, how they got their name, and more.

 

How did you get your band name and does it have any significance?

We owe it to thin air. Vantine was sitting in class one day and it popped in his head. Just like that!

 

Was it hard breaking onto the music scene in Philadelphia when you were first starting out?

It was hard and its still hard but we’re all about the challenge.

 

How would you describe your music to someone that has never heard it before?

Pure, honest rock and roll with sweet harmonies.

 

What is your favorite and least favorite part about being in a band?

Favorite: the thrill of writing a new tune
Least favorite: The van breaking down or not connecting with the audience.

 

How has your music evolved since you first began playing music together?

We’re more honest with ourselves and are a lot more open to exploring the possibilities of what our songs can really be.

 

What has been your biggest challenge as a band and have you been able to overcome it?

We wanted to out do our first album and we believe we did just that. Vantine also broke his ankle and continued to tour. That was rad.

 

Is there anyone you’d like to acknowledge, thank, or any last words?

We thank everyone who has supported us and we thank you for having us. 🙂

 

Keep up with the band: 

https://www.facebook.com/thefleetingends

https://twitter.com/TheFleetingEnds

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