Symmetry, a rock band hailing from LA, recently wrapped up their North American tour with Coasts and Knox Hamilton. I had the chance to speak to them about everything from genre changes to what’s up next for the band.
Adore: What inspired the major genre change between your albums Frozen In Time and Cure?
Symmetry: We don’t feel like we have any musical boundaries so we decided to go more on the pop side for our second record.
A: If people could only listen to one of your songs, which one would it be and why?
S: Probably “The Cure” just because it’s a fun song that seems to get people in a good mood.
A: If you had to pick only one album to listen to for the rest of your life, what would it be?
S: No Strings Attached by NSYNC.
A: What is one interesting or weird fact about the band?
S: We all attended music school.
A: What has been the biggest conflict within the band?
S: Deciding where to eat after shows.
A: Who are your biggest musical influences?
S: We are inspired by the music of today.
A: If you had to describe your latest album, Cure, using only one word, what would it be?
A: Now that your North American tour has come to a close, what’s up next for Symmetry?
S: We’re working on writing and recording our new music to release later this year.
Check out Symmetry’s video for “The Cure” below!