Aidan Danaher takes a walk with Woolworm’s Giles Roy and his dog, Ludo, and talk about Woolworm signing with Mint Records, their new LP Deserve To Die, and their being a Vancouver band.
Trigger warning: This article deals with topics around sexual assault and predatory behaviour in music scenes. If you are sensitive to this, you may find yourself uncomfortable. If you are uncomfortable, and you are not a survivor of sexual assault, I encourage you to read on.
“I don’t have much interest in convincing people who deny climate science, or the urgency of action. I’m preaching to the choir, and trying to get them riled up, organized and ready to tear shit down.”
“I feel a responsibility to my community to create work that is meaningful.”
“You owe your art your entire honesty.”
“It feels like a new beginning.”