The Everyday Losers’ best band moments and more


Concert Crap: Who are The Everyday Losers?

Dylan Seidel: Dylan Seidel – vocals, guitar; Tyler Seidel – guitar, vocals; Danny Norton – bass; Damian Baker – Drums

CC: What is the inspiration behind your band name?

DS: We wanted something ironic and remember-able

CC: What has been your highlight of 2016?

DS: Releasing our new album and touring for two months with Smile Empty Soul.

CC: What has been the best thing to happen to you guys as a band?

DS: Touring with Saliva and Smile Empty Soul being able to see the parts of the country that people only dream of.

CC: Why should people give The Everyday Losers a chance?

DS: We’re hard working musicians with a love of rock music. We’re not fake and we don’t rely on gimmicks. We are as real of a band as you can get.

CC: Why should people get a copy of your second album Before You Say a Word?

DS: It’s our best work to date. We studied the craft of songwriting and have our emotions on our sleeve. We’re very proud of it and want to have the chance to be heard.

CC: Who would you like to your with in the future?

DS: Local H, Nothing More, Seether, Black Stone Cherry.

CC: What does the rest of 2016 have in store for you guys?

DS: Hopefully getting back on the road and playing to more people.

CC: Are there any final thoughts you’d like to express or anything you’d like to say to your fans?

DS: We love playing music, it’s our passion. To our fans, thank you for the continued support. You guys mean the world to us.

All questions answered by vocalist Dylan Seidel.

Post and interview by Corey Kleinsasser

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