Being in a group is hard. Cause cats are idiots, present company included. Having your first album followed up by a series of Lemony Snicket-like unfortunate events didn’t make being in a group easier. We had finished and released our debut album, a labour of love that existed in several forms before it was finally released. We had toured across Canada in the winter, you don’t know cold until you’ve been to Saskatoon at 40 below. We hadn’t pumped out 10 tapes and 5 studio albums yet, but we were starting to see where we wanted to take this. What ‘Sky Light [InBetween],’ became was a bridge into a new chapter for Notes. This time we made sure to dog-ear the pages so that we could find our place, and to high-light what was important to us. Soon you started to see Notes in the margins and corners, if someone wanted to open this book, they’d know who came before fuck it, if you feel what I’m feeling I feel that. We just wanted to do something different, cause it felt right.

Oh and stay tuned for the video next week.
– Roshin of Notes to Self

Check out the new new from NTS and their THght Process Interview below.

UTW-Who are you?
NTS-Notes to Self.

UTW-What is your passion?
NTS-Music. Particularly Rap Music

UTW-What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?
NTS-Still existing as a group talent, a brotherhood amongst a sea of solo careers.

UTW-Perseverance is key in proving to yourself AND any detractors out there. We tell em’ “You thought wrong” what else would you like to say to any doubters right now?
NTS-If a rap song drops in the woods and there’s no one around to hear it, does it make a sound?

UTW-Thanks for everything, where can people find your work and get in contact with you?

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