Airbourne planning on likely recording a live CD/DVD somewhere on upcoming tour
Airbourne frontman Joel O’Keeffe was recently interviewed by Sonic Perspectives to promote the band’s latest studio album Boneshaker, which was released yesterday (on October 25, 2019).
In terms of whether there are any plans to release a live CD/DVD to capture the energy of the band, O’Keeffe indicated:
“The plan is to do it now that we have five records. Somewhere on this tour, we will likely record it. The venues are stepping up, so that’s another reason for us to record. The crowds are mega rowdy too. It’s weird with live DVDs or Blu Ray as people don’t have the right equipment to play them, they end up putting it in a PlayStation 4. I’m a big fan of Blu Rays as the sound is better, the quality is better, there are no interruptions, and i like the physical nature of them. Bruce Springsteen recently performed Bruce Springsteen on Broadway on Netflix and I don’t know if it was a physical release but that is the way to do it. To have it on Netflix and then special edition DVDs or Blu Ray with some cool content around it, so it’s not just the concert. These days you have to have all the extra stuff. I t just takes time compiling all of that, making it cool, and then recording a Boneshaker live concert.”
You can read the rest of the interview with Joel O’Keeffe at Sonic Perspectives‘ website.