"I’ve been in this band since I was 19. That’s a third of my life. So what comes after scares the fuck out of me." - Sam Douglas.
Mallory Knox are preparing to drop their self-titled album next month, so inside the Lights issue of Rock Sound, we caught up with frontman Sam Douglas about the new era of Mallory - pick up your copy now from SHOP.ROCKSOUND.TV
Speaking about the future, and his vision for Mallory Knox moving forward, Sam shared “I don’t think we can do anything more than we have right now. We’re not in such a fortunate position to be able to look too far ahead. We aren’t 22-year-old kids anymore, a couple of us have mortgages to pay and we aren’t living in a dream world."
He continued "All we know is that we want to be in this band as long as we possibly can. I’ve been in this band since I was 19. That’s a third of my life. So what comes after scares the fuck out of me. I would love to be able to say that this time next year we’ll be beginning to write our fifth record, but that’s not up to me. All I know is that we’ve written the best record that we can. We never wrote this record to blow everything we have done before apart. It was never about that. This was just the right time to write this kind of record. A record that we love listening to and we enjoy playing. I just want to release this, enjoy touring and see what happens.”
This is just a taste - check out our full interview about Mallory Knox inside this month's issue of Rock Sound. Pick up your copy below for the full interview: