- Posted on Apr 8th 2011 5:00PM by Contessa Gayles
Gino DePinto, AOL
"When we tour, it's just guitar and drums and voices," he tells Spinner. "I've kind of been calling it a gospel rock 'n' roll band or something. With our records, there's definitely an older sensibility. I really love Willie Nelson and Neil Young and country music. When we record, we all just set up in the room with the band, the bass guitar and expensive microphones and all that stuff and just sort of get a document of what we're doing. Live, it's something more visceral and the band is agile and we can do a lot of different things and I'm really having fun playing that way."
Watch the full interview with Bahamas below and visit AOL Music's SXSW site for more Live from Austin video interviews.
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