“I had something I needed to say, something that came from a raw and honest place. Over the last 12 months I have seen disaster and tragedy, and I have seen the most glorious happiness and success. As the song opens, I have Questions, so many questions and they are tearing me down. Slowly though, these questions are becoming my answers.” – Joel Cooper (Vocals/Keys)
Written by brothers Joel and Paul Cooper over late nights with dry gin in the bands Otways Studio, Questions was shaped by the experiences that preceded it and exemplifies what the The Evening Cast have been praised for over the recent years; endearing vocals, inventive musicianship and candid lyricism.
“Every time we play Questions it is electrifying. I feel open, vulnerable and ultimately released of everything that has been…” – Joel Cooper (Vocals/Keys)
The five piece indie-pop band from Victoria teamed with 2 time Grammy Nominated engineer Joe LaPorta and ARIA award winner Marty Brown (Clare Bowditch, Art Of Fighting) to realize their vision for Questions and have spared no exertion to create their finest musical work to date.
The group worked feverishly on every single lyric, re-working and re-shaping the songs structure until they were satisfied that it offered something more audacious than what audiences had heard from them before.