Woody Pond Interview
This exclusive Music Mondays interview highlights a great conversation we had with Woody Pond over the last week. We discussed everything from the notorious American Trilogy as well as the finer details of American Noir, the latest Woody Pond full length release.
Zomb: First things first it’s been a long time since we’ve spoken, probably 2019 or so. Tell us what Woody Pond has been up to in the last 3 years and introduce yourself for those who may not be up to date with your career.
Zomb: I vividly remember our conversation about films in our last interview so it’s definitely on brand with everything you’ve built thus far. How long did American Noir take to create compared to the previous two installments? Would you say this album is a good closer for the trilogy?
Zomb: That’s such a great concept and one that truly comes from pure emotion. I’m glad you could explain that a bit more, besides yourself there are a few other artists featuring on this project. Could you explain why you chose these features and what you think they add to American Noir?
Zomb: Definitely not long winded, the visuals are absolutely an essential part of this project’s lore. So following a well detailed analysis about the visuals, would you say you have a favorite? Or are they all playing their part in the album?
Zomb: Simple but yet very effective way to end the American trilogy one hundred percent. Before we log off do you have any last words of motivation or shoutouts? The floor is yours, feel free to tell us what’s coming up next for Woody Pond.