Last week A Place To Bury Strangers released their third LP Worship to the waiting world. The band’s best album and work to date, Worship is a continuously rewarding journey that is relentless in its pursuit to frighten the senses and lure the listener into its dark world. There is something noticeably different on this album that brings the band to new heights, and you quickly start to realize that its the work of bassist Dion Lunadon. We caught up with Dion for an interview and podcast that digs deep into Worship and his role in the band, and also touches on some of the lighter aspects of being a world-traveling musician.
A driving and wrecking-ball force on the bass, his approach and style both live and in the studio are undeniably instrumental in the current success of A Place To Bury Strangers. In this podcast we talk to Dion Lunadon about what the writing and recording process was like for Worship, what being a “New York City band” really means, scaring unsuspecting fans at the Joy Formidable shows, and even finding out what’s still left on his “bucket list”. Check it all out below!
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