“One of the most important things we enjoy about doing a band is putting out music”
Since starting Can’t Swim as a solo project in 2015, Chris Loporto has turned it into a full band, one that has proved to be very productive. Their 2016 debut EP, ‘Death Deserves a Name,’ was swiftly followed up their first full-length, ‘Fail You Again’ with a second album, ‘This Too Won’t Pass,’ arriving last November.
Throughout that time, they’ve become regular visitors to the UK through various headline and support tours with festival spots along the way. Their latest trip to these shores saw them make their debut at the 2000trees Festival.
Ahead of their set on the Cave stage, Already Heard‘s Sêan Reid caught up with Chris Loporto to discuss the band’s frequent activity, their evolving songwriting process, how work on their new material is coming along and more.
‘This Too Won’t Pass’ by Can’t Swim is out now on Pure Noise Records.
View more of Already Heard‘s coverage of 2000trees Festival 2019 here.