Interview With Dig Two Graves

What was the beginning point for your music career? How did it all start?

Kenny: Josh and I had known each other for years and had other bands in the past. We both wanted to start a heavy project around the same time and he started writing some songs. He met Mike in college who was very on board with what we wanted to do and helped finish some of the songs we had going. We hit up Jesse over instagram because we needed a bassist and the rest is history.

Were there any bumps on the road? What kind of challenges did you have to deal with?

Jaybee: Doing cool band stuff is expensive. Saving up to make cool albums and stuff is kind of a pain.

What was the most fulfilling and satisfying moment so far?

Kenny: Being approached by hit producer Son of Michel and being asked if he can remix Wick.

How would you describe the music that you typically create?

Kenny: Heavy guitar, pretty piano, Mike screaming way too loud

Jaybee: Rock and roll.

What is your creative process like?

Kenny: Josh pretty much writes all the songs and then we add all our parts around it. Sometimes the songs don’t really change too much but once in a while they can be very different from the original versions.

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

Kenny: Well right now, I would make it so shows were allowed again. The industry is hurting a lot right now with everything shut down.

Jaybee: Everyone would listen to our music and pay us a bunch of money.

If you were asked to give a piece of advice to upcoming bands, what would that be?

Kenny: Have lots of money before you start the band.

Jaybee: Make some cash money songs and then do fun things.

What has been the best performance of your career so far?

Kenny: We played a really fun basement show in Trenton, NJ with some cool bands. Crowd was going nuts the whole show. It was a good time.

Jaybee: We played a show at the Kingsland in Brooklyn. I think that was the best we did.

If you didn’t become a musician, what would you be doing now?

Kenny: I really don’t know to be honest. I never had any other major interests that I really wanted to pursue as a career.

What is new with the band at the moment? What are you currently working on and would like to share with the world?

Kenny: We are currently working on some new singles and our debut full length album. Everything is coming along nicely so far but we have a lot of work left to do.