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                                                                                                Die Tired  interview  24/11/22

MM: Can you tell us about your Band and whos your biggest influences


Originally derived from the old Marines adage: “You can run, but you’ll just die tired,” one might assume that their music has ominous undertones and potentially dark themes. Well, to Die Tired it is a punk rock way of saying, “Carpe diem!”


Being from various parts of the hills and streets of Pennsylvania, the members of Die Tired all bring their own specific flare and personality to the music. Each member has a slightly different taste in music, but in one way or another, these influences blend perfectly to breathe new life into some amazingly addictive alternative and pop rock sounds.


Die Tired is a multifaceted band, pulling inspiration from classic rock, heavy metal, pop punk, and just about anything else that they can play on a guitar! On stage, their upbeat and passionate performances always leave you wanting more. It’s impossible to not tap your foot, nod your head, or belt out the lyrics to their incredibly eclectic take on rock ‘n roll. It’s a good day to Die Tired!


Our biggest influences include Alice in Chains, Manchester Orchestra, Silverchair, Devin Townsend, and many more!


MM: Where do you draw your inspirations and ideas from

We draw inspiration from all around us in everyday life.  We also consume a ton of music and art that are the foundations of much of our lyrical themes and riffs.


MM: What would you say is your Bands favourite song ?

Our first single “Play” has to be it!  This is the song that opened the doors to so many opportunities and connections for our band.  We wouldn’t be where we are now without it.

MM: Plans tour and festival wise for 2022

We are working on new material for our end of 2022 run.  We have numerous festivals in the works for 2023 and a run of shows as well.  We can’t wait to bring our DT show on the road!


MM: What can we expect from (Band Name) live

Infectious grooves, anthemic melodies, and authenticity.  No matter 10 fans or 1,000 we play our hearts out for them every time.


MM: What do you like best and worst abt touring

The best thing about it is brining our sound and energy to new places and people.  The worst is the hotel coffee.


MM: Which three Bands would be your ultimate touring buddies

Manchester Orchestra, Incubus, and Thrice


MM: What's the most memorable concert you've been to (other than your own) and why 

Cave In at the TLA in Philly.  Their first run of shows in years and it was absolutely killer.


MM: What do you feel has been your biggest accomplishment so far with

Our biggest accomplishment so far has been signing with our new label SODEH Records


MM: Which are your Two favourite Albums of all time

Cave In – Jupiter (Matt singer/guitar)

Silverchair – Frogstomp (Brandon drums)

Pink Floyd – Animals (Jim bass)

Rise Against – The sufferer and the witness (Sean guitar)


MM: Can you remember the first time you ever played live and how it felt to have people watching you?

7th grade talent show playing “Hey Man Nice Shot” by Filter.  I’ve been in a band ever since; so yeah…I loved it!  (singer/guitar)


MM: Growing up which Bands posters did you have on your bedroom wall.

Matt (singer/guitar): Tool

Brandon (drums): Green Day

Sean (guitar): Soundgarden


MM - Who do you think influenced the world of Metal / Rock more than any other person

Jim (Bass) – Maynard James Keenan

Matt (singer/guitar) – Black Sabbath


MM - What's the most important thing to the band right now?

Continuing to write music that is meaningful and exciting to our fans


MM:If you could do a cover of any song which one would it be and why?


Freebird because someone always screams it out at a show   

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