Anurag from Rolling Stone (India) talks to Vishal and Derick

June 24, 2019

“People have been saying that this album feels so simple yet complex at the same time, beautiful and fucked up… for us it’s just a reflection of who we are and where we are at this point in the world.” – Derick Savio Gomes

“We have a very niche fan base and not at all a large audience, [so] it gives us plenty of time to work on the sound that we want. We are always excited to tour and play shows but we simply do not want to do the same mistake of putting our own money into this and go bankrupt later. If things work out financially, we would love to share this music on stage.” – Vishal J Singh

Anurag Tagat, one of the top music journalists from India, talks to Amogh Symphony and writes about double album IV and record label Vmbrella at Rolling Stone India. Read the full story HERE

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