As they approach the one year anniversary of their debut release, we caught up with DOUBLECAMP to find out some more about the duo behind their colourful indie pop sound.
Every once in a while you hear an artist or a track that instantly whirs you away into a summery, carefree world. DOUBLECAMP and their infectiously bright indie pop sound seem to have mastered this art, and latest singles ‘Whenever You Call’ and ‘Wake Up’ are their most concise examples of this to date.
As they approach the one year anniversary of their first release, we figured that there was no better time to have a chat with the duo, and find out some more about the influences and experiences that have molded such a carefree and effortless sound.
Who TF are DOUBLECAMP?
DOUBLECAMP is Joe Neary and Jordan Burmeister. We’re two best friends who live in Nashville and love making music together that means something. The “CAMP” aspect of the name is the team around us and the people who support and believe in what we do.
How long have you been making music?
Why do you make music?
What are your biggest influences?
Our influences are all over the map. Young the Giant, Mac Miller, Andy Grammer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, the list goes on. We’ve got a playlist on Spotify of all the songs we are vibing to at the moment.
Honestly, I grew up mostly just being exposed to the mainstream radio, which is why I think I naturally gravitate towards the pop format when it comes to songwriting. I’m sure there’s been influences I have picked up on, but I’m not sure in terms of specifics. Songwriting has always been cathartic to me, so I try and just write what comes out in the moment.