When was the last time you heard of a band releasing their seventh album? Mother Mother, a rock band hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, have not only achieved that feat, but done it in style. The album in question is called Dance and Cry and it's filled with anthemic bangers where the songs get more direct throughout its run time. Ken Grand-Pierre caught up with frontman Ryan Guldemond and keyboardist/vocalist Jasmin Parkin to discuss how their latest album came to be.

“I feel like achieving internal success matters more than anything.”

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