How did you come up with the name of your new single, “Warriors"?
We thought the word WARRIORS best described what women truly are. Strong, fearless individuals who can fight their way through any conflict by working together as a whole. Women have been fighting for years to get their voices heard and finally people are listening.
Is there a specific person or event that inspired this track?
We are inspired by all the women who have been a part of this revolution. Standing up for your rights is a brave thing to do and we are grateful to be a part of it. We hope this song will help spread this message world wide and inspire others to stand up for equality.
What inspires your songs more—personal experiences or the world around you?
Definitely both. We take from our own experiences and from the people around us. The world is going through a lot right now and I think everyone can feel that. Nature has a huge influence on us and also all forms of art like movies, fashion, and books. We really enjoy going to different museums and getting inspired by the exhibitions.
What sparked your aural addiction?
We all have been addicted to music from a very young age. It has always been there for us and helped us get through the hard times and has given us our best times in life. Music is such a powerful thing and has brought us all together. It's what we live and breathe and we are grateful everyday to be doing what we love to do.
Who would you like to collaborate with?
Rihanna or HAIM for ultimate girl power!
Are there any genres of music you would like to try or avoid?
We are very open minded about all genres and you can hear that in our music. I doubt we will ever put out a Country or Metal track but never say never ha ha. We don’t like to put ourselves in a box or try to write a specific sounding song. We just let it flow organically and whatever comes out is always Karmic.
If/when you’re lacking inspiration, how do you kickstart your creativity?
Going out into nature always helps us open that creative portal. Our favorite place to go is Joshua Tree. We like to disconnect from reality and just write and make art. We try and do that as much as possible. We all live together so we can just wake up and start working which is pretty cool.
What was the first album you ever bought?
Laura - Salt N Pepa's Very Necessary
Kyle - Madonna
Peter - Jimmy Hendrix Experience
Sam - Metallica
What is your favorite type of performance venue?
We love playing at all types of venues but the more intimate ones are definitely special because we can really connect with our audience. We also dig a festival vibe. Being outside and seeing a sea of people dancing to your music and feeling good is pretty magical.
What’s next for Karmic?
We have two new singles coming out in the next few months, so stay tuned. We are in the process of planning another Euro tour for 2019. We are lucky we have a lot of amazing fans there and we really love the culture, especially their beer, food, and nature.
Anything you’d like to add?
We are really excited about the next year and can’t wait to make more music and travel the world. We just want to keep putting out a positive message and spreading the love!