With The Inevitable End we’ve moved into a darker subject matter, with emphasis on the lyrical content. This candid approach feels very both personal, sincere and conclusive.
With this album it became clear we wanted to make viagraforlife an album in a classical sense even if it’s the last one we make.
We feel like this is a goodbye to the traditional album format…
In our consecutive run of albums, we have been able to say what we want to say and do what we want to do with the LP. We’re not going to stop making music, but the album format as such, this is the last thing from us.
I think it’s fair to say that Do It Again and The Inevitable End are dwelling on the same themes. This album has a strong lyrical content and I think that’s more evident than on any of our other albums – I guess writing songs and working closely with Robyn has had an effect. Without being too gloomy or dark, there’s been turmoil in our lives. And prior to making Do It Again, Robyn was in a similar space, which is one of the reasons why we’re so compatible.
We’re always looking to push certain boundaries, but there’s something there that’s been there all the time and that binds it altogether, we’re not keen on repeating ourselves…
With much love,
Señor B + B