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A brief chat with Born Cages


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New York alt rockers Born Cages plays the Larimer this week to promote new album I’m Glad I’m Not Me, so we chatted with singer Vlad Holiday.N

Yellow Scene: When did the band form and what was the mission?

Vlad Holiday: We formed in 2011, and I wanted to play music that makes people how I feel – inspire people.

YS: Describe the sound…

VH: It’s alt-rock.

YS: Do you like playing Colorado?

VH: We love Colorado. We have a few friends in Denver. We’ve been there a few times passing by, and we’re all really excited to come back to Denver and it’ll be a fun show.

YS: The debut album, I’m Glad I’m Not Me, came out this year – are you happy with it?

VH: Yeah. For a while we were playing those songs at shows, and that was positive. Yeah, it turned out great.

YS: When this tour’s done, what’s next?

VH: We’ll be home for a short time, then we’re going out again. We’re still verifying details. Other than that, we’ll be promoting the record.

Born Cages plays with The Lighthouse & the Whaler and Chris Heckman of the Epilouges at 9 p.m. on Thursday, September 1t at the Larimer Lounge; 2721 Larimer St., Denver; 303-291-1007; $12-$15.

Author

Brett Calwood
Brett Callwood is an English journalist, copy writer, editor and author, currently living and working in Los Angeles. He is the music editor with the LA Weekly. He was previously a reporter at the Longmont Times-Call and Daily Camera, the music editor at the Detroit Metro Times and editor-in-chief at Yellow Scene magazine. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brett_Callwood

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