Jog back to last March, a time that seems A LOT longer than a year ago. Hex Girls had just made the decision to hold the release of their album “Pop Fluff,” after Hinterland 2020 was postponed and the rest of their album release tour was cancelled. COVID-19 cases were on the rise, and they just didn’t feel it was the right time to put out a new record.
“We were trying to wrap it up right before Hinterland with the timeline for the vinyl release, and then with that postponement, we really felt like, ‘let’s take a break. Let’s take a breather. Let’s find other creative ways to get people engaged’,” lead singer and bassist Nick Fisher said. “It was really hard to cut through the noise with everyone being in isolation.”
“I mean, also, we couldn’t compete with toilet paper. They weren’t going to buy our album. You know, we know our place,” guitarist and vocalist John Fisher joked.
They are also IPR’s April “Artist of the Month.” Hear an interview with them on Studio One Tracks Friday, April 2 at 7 p.m.