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A podcast produced by Vancouver band Said The Whale. Each episode explores a different song from the band's 2017 release "As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide" as well as featuring discussions with peers in the Canadian music scene such as Max Kerman (Arkells), Graham Wright (Tokyo Police Club), Ryan Guldemond (Mother Mother) and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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A beautiful reunion! Former Said The Whale drummer Spencer Schoening joins us this week for an intellectual chat about songwriting, arrangement, and the importance of sharing your music with others. In part 2, the band breaks down the recording process of "Emily Rose" from their 2017 album "As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide" See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
A discussion with Ryan Guldemond from Vancouver-based band Mother Mother. He argues in favor of going down the demo rabbit-hole and resolves to make his demos better in the future. In part 2, the band breaks down the recording process of "Lilac and Willow" from their 2017 album "As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and …
 
The band travels to Hamilton for a music festival and is joined by Arkells frontman Max Kerman to discuss the creative process behind his hit song "Knocking At The Door". In part 2, the band breaks down the recording of "Heaven" from their 2017 album "As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Graham Wright from Toronto-based band Tokyo Police Club sits down for a chat about his band's creative process. The Big Bang Theory is referenced more than once. Graham rants about Swedish pop music. In part 2, the band breaks down the recording process of "I Will Follow You" from their 2017 album "As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide" See acast.com/priva…
 
The band introduces the concept of "Demoitis" and their own struggles with getting too attached to the demo-versions of songs. In part 2, the band breaks down the recording process of "Step Into The Darkness" from their 2017 album "As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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