Family ties are at the forefront of Detroit’s The Old Adage. Comprised of brother and sister Mimi and Nino Chavez, along with James Humason, the band has been sticking to DIY ethics and electronic sounds since March 2012.
“Writing this album was really interesting compared to how we wrote Matches. With Matches we had a lot of structure, yet no specific writing process. This time around it was the complete opposite. This album is much more lyrically, and melodically based. It is a little more pop, and a little more abstract (oddly), but we hope to reach people in a completely new way this time around. (Although that was not intentional.)”
Today, the band is sharing the next chapter in their journey first with us. An exclusive premiere of their debut EP Cycles. The album, recorded in the band’s Monroe, MI studio, is due out on April 1st. Give it a listen below, and pick up your copy tomorrow!