Passafire bassist Will Kubley said the band’s sound has evolved into more rock and less reggae, “but it’s not a conscious decision. We just want to explore more genres and explore what we’re capable of, and it happens to be more rock or folky or electronic.”
Passafire bassist Will Kubley said the band’s sound has evolved into more rock and less reggae, “but it’s not a conscious decision. We just want to explore more genres and explore what we’re capable of, and it happens to be more rock or folky or electronic.” Photo provided
Passafire bassist Will Kubley said the band’s sound has evolved into more rock and less reggae, “but it’s not a conscious decision. We just want to explore more genres and explore what we’re capable of, and it happens to be more rock or folky or electronic.” Photo provided

‘The beauty of being in a band’: Passafire explores genres to find unique sound

November 14, 2014 8:41 AM

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