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“I was having work done on my house and I was thinking about all the things that come up when you’re looking at a blueprint,” says Bag.“Maybe they say, ‘We can’t do that because your plumbing is rotting.’ Things come up as you’re building a structure and force you in different directions, but you still have to make sure that it turns out the way you envisioned - you have to allow for setbacks and obstacles.” The songs often find their inspiration in real-life moments that caused Bag to take stock and assess her own blueprint-- to take a stand or fix a problem: personal, political, or both.
“The other option is that you develop stuff that a younger band would not have been able to do.” All At Once is the evidence of that growth -- in its sprawl and scope, but also in its subtleties.
“We're all constantly building structures of many different kinds,” explains Bag.
“So, it's up to to us keep things on track and moving in the direction we want to see them go. Formed in 2016 by guitarist/singer Betsy Wright (Ex Hex) and drummer Laura King (Flesh Wounds, Speed Stick), the duo specialize in prescription-strength shred and churn -- acid-soaked hard-rock to thrill the living and raise dead.
You can hear them on the record, but also feel their presence in Bag’s vocals.
For example, listening to Wolfe and Hanna's vocal takes for the song “77” inspired the singer take another, more savage crack at her own performance.