You should never compare your songs to some other artists. Because as long as it is unique, it's good!
What we are:A pop rock band from Lithuania which core consists of three main members, Justinas (vocals,guitar), Mantas (Drums), Povilas (Bass guitar). Justinas Trio was active for more than 6 years under the name “Alive Way“ and released five digital albums. Our songs are aired on almost all national and some international radio stations. We had numerous TV performances and played at the biggest Lithuania festivals such as „Rock Nights“, „Granatos“, “Vilnius Music Week“, „Loftas Fest“, „Biker Nights“
Our philosophy:Music is not only about showing ourselves. We have a mission, Bono once said, that music can change the world because it can change the way people think. And we believe that, our mission is to teach people mutual respect and show that only by appreciating each other we have a chance of surviving. Nowadays political atmosphere is very intense, we have terrorists on the rise and yet still people argue about small unimportant things in their daily life, cheat and destroy their personal happiness in every way they can. We want to change that and we chose music as an instrument for that.
All I Ever Needed
Take Me Down
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1: What artist would you most love to work with?
Bryan Adams, Peter Gabriel, John Mayer. There are lots of great artsists.
2: What is the sexiest instrument?
3: What was the worst advice?
Relax. Because when someone tells you to relax, just go ahead and try it. Not so easy when you are trying.
4: What was your first concert?
Rock nights in 2009
5: What/where is the best road food?
Sandwiches, hotdogs. It became our tradition, when we are on tour, to stop at the gas station and buy some junk food. Of course it costs us a few hours of intense working out.
6: What’s the best music advice you ever got?
Don't accept critique. You should always keep learning and keep getting better, but when someone criticizes your creativity, it's not for them to judge.
7: Who is your most surprising inspiration?