Nashville based rock outfit 7Descent might just be starting out on their path in the rock world, but if enthusiasm and talent are anything to go by, these guys are already two steps ahead of the pack.
Blending all forms of rock ranging from classic to hard, 7Descent have struck upon a timeless sound but tweaked it enough so that their own stamp of individuality is left dripping from each note.
With the recent release of their single Southwest Chief, the entire band sat down for a chat with HEAVY to discuss the single and the band’s bright future.
“Southwest Chief is actually a train,” began vocalist Milo. “It’s an end track train that you take from California all the way to Albuquerque in Mexico, and so I would take this train once a year and I would get to see some of the rich landscapes that America had. The song is about my nostalgia with that train ride, but it’s also about life and all the small moments that define us and the memories that we hold on to.”
In the full interview, the band runs us through Southwest Chief in more detail, their path to becoming a band, future new music, forming as a band during COVID and the difficulties that created, finding the musical balance with such a wide array of influences and more.