Death From Above 1979’s Sebastian Grainger: “I Don’t Know What We’re Going to be Doing Next”

Image Courtesy of Pamela LittkyFans of Death From Above 1979 had to wait ten years for the band's sophomore album, The Physical World, but how long will they have to wait for a third album, if there even is a third album?

"This band doesn’t get any easier," drummer Sebastian Grainger tells NME. "It doesn’t matter how long we’ve been doing it, or how well rehearsed we are, it's just such a physical undertaking. The show is so physical. I'd forgotten about that, you kind of romanticism it. It's really draining. It takes a lot of energy."

As for what that means for the band's future, Grainger says, "I don't know what we're going to be doing next to be honest."

"We just want to keep the energy in the band positive. I don't know what's going to happen, we'll see," he continues.

DFA 1979 broke up in 2006, two years after the release of their debut album, You're a Woman, I'm a Machine. The band reunited in 2011 for a few shows before announcing they would be recording their long-awaited follow-up. The Physical World was released earlier this year in September.

If you'd like to catch one of DFA 1979's "physical" and "draining" shows before they venture into the unknown, the band will be touring Canada December 4 through February 5 before hitting Europe from February 20 to March 7.

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