On November 12, experimental synth-pop duo WARBLY JETS share their sophomore album, MONSTERHOUSE (via Rebel Union Recordings). But today, the band has decided to give listeners an eagle-eyed look at the creative process behind the record via a short documentary entitled, Making of MONSTERHOUSE.
The film features clips shot in-studio during the MONSTERHOUSE writing period, in addition to exclusive interview clips with both Julien O’neill and Samuel Shea. It begins during a particularly busy part in the process, as the band describes a routine of working in the studio for roughly 12-14 hours per day. “It’s normal to us,” Julien contests, however.
Songs featured throughout the doc’s runtime include bangers such as “Victimizer,” “Monsterhouse,” “NASA,” “and “No Brainer,” each taken from the forthcoming album. Thus, in addition to pulling back the curtain and offering an intimate look at WARBLY JETS in their natural environment, it serves as a teaser for what’s to come in just a week’s time.
“We love being in the studio writing and recording,” said Samuel Shea. “We enjoy the process that goes into making a record as much as the final product itself. We wanted to share that side of what we do with our fans and listeners. I’ve always enjoyed getting any insight into the process of how a record I love was made. The idea was to be able to offer our fans that same exciting feeling of giving a behind the scenes look into how we do what we do. I hope that it’s a special experience for our supporters.”
Watch Making of MONSTERHOUSE below and stay tuned for WARBLY JETS’ new album, MONSTERHOUSE, due November 12.