Almost three years ago, you released your first album Remember Rose and the second LP is out. How was the album writing proces?
Yael: I think, this time was much easier and smooth. We learned a lot from the first one and we decided that we would stay in-house. Our first album was made with different musicians that helped us, but Gil took over production for the new album. We did it by ourselves and we are really proud of the outcome.
Gil: Even in the writing process, both of us learned from our mistakes. We thought more about stuff.
The second album is always considered as the most difficult album to make because everybody has expectations. Did that have an impact on finding the sound of the album?
Yael: For me, it was kind of exciting to know that we have our audience and that they are waiting for the music we make. Of course, there’s pressure and you have these sounds in your mind, but we have each other. Sometimes, especially in the writing process, we remind each other of the songs, the live shows, the recordings and how it will come together.
Gil: There’s always pressure and a mix of emotions when you’re writing an album. When we made the first album, we had the pressure of knowing that it was our first album that we were releasing and you want people to see who you are. For the second album, there was less pressure because we simply wanted to create something that we love. We wanted to be ourselves and keep it real.