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Questions on the Go | Poison Oak

Poison Oak is a project from Far North Queensland. Rock, Indie and Punk is what they do best and they will have some massive news to share in a few days. Until that day comes, we got to ask them a few questions on the go.

Welcome to Metal Digest!

Please describe the band in a single sentence.

A bunch of blokes in North Queensland playing some tunes.

What’s your latest project and what are you working on right now?

We are about to release our next single called, “Losing Ourselves”, we’re pretty excited about it and have some other tunes coming up after it as well.

How do you want people to feel when they listen to your music?

I guess it really depends.. However, they can feel what they want. As long as we keep enjoying to write music, it doesn’t really matter.

Major influences: Who put you on this path?

I guess musically… it was my friends, it was something we all did together, and really that’s your biggest influence.

If you had to flee the country as a band, where would you choose to live?


What’s the ‘wow factorthat makes YOU decide which songs to keep, record and release?

I guess in the end what hits home with us the most. But when we are practicing the songs, the songs that work best naturally stay and progress, while the other might slowly fade off.

What would be the title of the band’s biography?

The Rolling Stones.

What’s the next milestone you’d like to achieve as a band?

There is no really milestones that we want to be able to achieve. We just want to be able to just keep writing and recording music.

Until we meet again,


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