Interview with Non Talkers

Interview with Non Talkers

Today, we sat down with Marco and Evita of Non Talkers to discuss their inspiration to write music, heroes, and much more! Be sure to check out the music of Non Talkers below on Spotify after the interview.


What is your inspiration to write your music? Is it your

Our sources of inspiration come from a wide variety of places. There are times when the things that are happening in the world around us serve as a source of inspiration for us, and there are other times when other forms of artistic expression have an effect on us. Composing music that we feel is genuine to our viewpoints of the world and the people who live in it is something that we enjoy doing. When it comes to the majority of situations, a great number of people are able to identify with the reality that these songs depict.

What type of music did you listen to growing up?

We, Marco and Evita, were exposed to a diverse range of musical genres during our formative years, including classic rock ‘n’ roll, Motown, rock, pop, alternative rock, folk, and country. The roster of artists is incredibly varied, (with Marco hailing from Portugal and Evita from Belgium). However, our musical inspirations primarily stem from the rich traditions of American and British music.

Is there someone you looked up as a hero?

From the generations before us to notable figures who have shaped our world, a diverse range of individuals have served as sources of inspiration. In our humble opinion, there is not a standout hero to be found. There is a multitude of diverse influences that shape our perspectives.

If you weren’t a musician, would you be doing today?

Throughout our journey as independent musicians, we have frequently pursued other endeavors alongside our music, which has allowed us to cultivate additional skills. Nevertheless, there is no passion that surpasses our love for music, and thus we persist on this extraordinary journey.


What advice do you have for our fans out there that want to create

You must create music because you genuinely enjoy it and feel compelled to use it as an artistic medium. If you want to pursue a musical career, it should be a result of your passion and dedication to music, not the primary reason you started making music in the first place. Above all, you must have fun. Even if you only have a small impact on one or two people, you have already made a difference to someone, and that is worthwhile.


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