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“Stumbled into guitar is a good way of putting our start with the instrument. [Spencer Stewart] and I formed the band in 2015 and that’s when I got my first electric guitar,” admits singer/guitarist Jeffery Jordan.
That sort of sideways T-bone collision into guitardom allows this pop-minded duo to avoid typical tonal tropes like worrying about tubes versus modeling or imports versus custom. Their focus was and continues to be translating their danceable melodies into guitar-driven rompers and producing the best live show possible.
“We definitely enjoyed a pedalboard-and-amp era of the band, but the tech has come so far and we’re able to eliminate so much room for error and potential inconsistences allowing for a freer performance,” adds Jordan.
As we quickly found out in our Rundown with Jordan and Stewart, it’s an execution over exhibitionism approach.
Before the band’s headlining Screaming in the Dark tour in support of the just-released The Dark album started in mid-September, co-frontman and dueling guitarists Jeffery Jordan and Spencer Stewart invited PG’s Chris Kies to rehearsal for a gear convo. The main chauffeurs of CAMINO explained how grabbing guitar later in life allowed them to avoid a lot of gear gossip and find tonal solutions that enrich their performances. Plus, they both discuss the stable of studs from Fender, Gibson, and Epiphone that give bounce and beauty to their merging of indie rock and electropop.