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"Most people, when they hear the record, they haven't heard [our folkier] songs," he says. "I'm sure it may [surprise] them a little bit. But, when writing a record, you can get away with these things. And we like the versatility in it."
OK, sure. Versatility is nice.
But even better than that? Adoration. And, right now, the band's got plenty—if only locally.
"The minimal success that we've had, it's been promising and exciting as far as the potential we may have," Mudd says. "We've all been doing this for a while. I've spent over 15 years just trying to get to this point. As any band would hope to do, we just want to continue the drive and the possible flow and increase the fan base."
For now, that fan base just wants to dance. And, for now, Ishi's all too willing to oblige.