Many artists now take the full reigns of all their art. Music, images, video, etc. Our recent find Boy Indigo does it all as a fully realized production group. We had a chance to chat with the group and get a little deeper behind the scenes. Enjoy the interview here:
First off, what is the story of the name Boy Indigo?
We’ve always identified with the idea of the Indigo Children. We are of their flock.
How would you describe the band’s sound?
It’s hard to pinpoint our exact sound.
Which artists have had the biggest influence on you?
Jimi Hendrix, Curtis Mayfield, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Sade, Radiohead, and Anderson Paak and many others.
What can you tell us about your newest single “Fading In And Out”? We hear you create all the music videos as well.
We wanted it to feel like a short film from the 70s. And yes, we do all of our own production with the music and videos. So at times, this is difficult, but also creates opportunities where we can challenge ourselves and push the boundaries of our creativity.
Share some advice for other bands producing great content.
Optimistically harden your heart to the trials you may face.
How do you keep in touch with your growing fan base?
Anyone can join the Indigo Tribe by texting: 323-629-8041.
What does the future hold for Boy Indigo?
We want to make our own short films and score them