“It’s fast… he’s very honest. He doesn’t want to waste any time” recalls frontman Sam Boxold in regards to Feldmann’s work ethic. Boxold went on to say “I feel like most bands get something that’s not at all what they went in with and that’s kind of cool because, creatively, you’re learning so much shit”.
Apart from discussing working alongside Feldy, Travis Barker and 5 Seconds of Summer, they also dive into and how their once manager, Alex Lofton, became their bassist and what it was like playing with blink-182.
Watch the full video interview and be sure to check out MAKEOUT’s new album ‘The Good Life’ – available now on Rise Records.