Please describe to our audience how you came about on the music scene and what is the biggest difference between your first piece of music to your latest! 

While we’ve all been on the music scene in one form or another for years, everyone had taken their respective hiatuses until The Love Robots. Charley and Jon had been playing in bands together since they were 14. They spent a lot of time going to youth halls, coffee shops, bars, and other venues to watch their friend’s bands play. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Charley and Jon started playing music again; every weekend was a BBQ and beer fueled jam session! They eventually found Ross and Will in a Facebook group and, after a quick audition, the whole group found a very natural rhythm together. Our first piece of music, “Four,” is almost a caricature of 80s post-punk. Our newer music is more dynamic and modern sounding.

What are you doing to push a positive message as the year comes to an end and there is a new beginning coming up with this new year? 

This might be a disappointing answer, but we don’t know if we can say we’re doing something to push a positive message. We definitely try to put positivity into the world by how we treat each other and everyone we meet. As far as a new beginning, we’re finally ready to release our first album, “Lost in Transmission,” on March 22, 2023, with a few singles between now and then!

Are there any rituals you have developed over the years that are helpful for any upcoming changes happening? 

We get a photo of the four of us holding a flag with our band name and logo at every show. We probably look a little silly, but we haven’t missed one yet so we’re going to keep going! However, that particular flag is starting to get a little beat up and it’s had beer spilled on it a bunch of times…

Could you talk about a success that happened this year that you would attribute to all your hard work?

Our first show at Crossroads felt like an objective success. We don’t really dress cool and even if we had cool clothes, we probably still wouldn’t look cool. We just like playing music. When we get up on stage, we might not look like much, but once we start playing and getting shoutouts from the other bands for putting on a good show, we feel the love and acceptance from the crowd.

Could you talk about an obstacle that you persevered through?

The biggest obstacle is pushing through and making the time to keep playing. Doing what makes us happy outside of a 40 hour work week and family life, and keeping up with our commitments to each other as friends, is like vigorous exercise!

How do you think these experiences have helped you shape your career and approach your music?

Continuing to make music a priority. We have changed personal plans many times just to make sure that we can practice. We even went to the extent of setting up remote practice sessions so we could still play together no matter what. For the record, we still haven’t found a software without noticeable latency. The world needs a hero!

How do you continue to develop your community of fans over the years?

We try to keep our relationship with our fans as open and transparent as possible. We’re always happy to hang out and chat with folks who come to our shows. We’re playing for them at the end of the day. When folks reach out to us on social media, we do our best to respond to everyone and thank them for supporting us. We want people to know we appreciate them and want them to stay engaged and interested!

Thank you for sharing all your music with us! Can you give us any exclusive on more music coming up?

Of course! We’re releasing our next single, “Elevation,” on January 23, 2023!

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