Loz Taylor Believes While She Sleeps Belongs On A Big Stage
While She Sleeps, Sheffield’s very own metal quintet is gearing up to take over the iconic Alexandra Palace with a headline show that promises to be an unforgettable experience for fans. In a recent interview with NME, frontman Loz Taylor shared his excitement about the upcoming performance and discussed the band’s evolution.
The band recently finished their set at a packed concert, warming up the crowd before Parkway Drive’s headline performance. That night, they revealed a stunning white banner announcing their very own headline date at Ally Pally in September 2023. And with their sixth album confirmed to be in the works, this year is shaping up to be nothing short of monumental for While She Sleeps.
A key factor in their success has been the band’s ability to create powerful, multi-dimensional anthems that seem tailor-made for massive stages. This quality has been particularly evident in their last two records, as Loz Taylor highlights in the interview.
The musician’s words about While She Sleeps’ music were as follows:
“It’s turned into a thing where we just belong on a big stage.“
Taylor mentioned that While She Sleeps have always written songs that might make listeners’ noses bleed in addition to creating anthemic songs that would attract the audience in acoustic settings. He doesn’t believe the band has any difficulty doing this.
He shared his thoughts on the matter with the following quote:
“We’ve always written melodic anthems from since we started – we try to write in a way that sings nicely acoustically. I don’t think we find it difficult to write anthemic songs, but also songs that give you a nosebleed.”
While She Sleeps is a band that has proven time and time again that they are meant to perform on the biggest stages, as Loz Taylor puts it. With their upcoming headline show at Alexandra Palace and a new album on the way, it’s safe to say that the future looks bright for While She Sleeps, and we can’t wait to see what they have in store for us next.