“We’re still trying to figure it out,” says Robert Dalio of Stone Temple Pilots, talking about the future of the iconic alt-rock outfit.
“These are interesting times,” said the bassist. Guitar World In an interview published on Thursday (July 15). “The people who are in this business of entertainment are the last of the kind that we used to be.
“We are at the mercy of the hands of this pandemic and are seeing where it all takes us.”
Concluding that conversation by saying that he was looking forward to “seeing a light at the end of the tunnel”, Dalio Stone called for the Temple Pilots’ third studio album, ‘Tiny Music…’ in celebration of its 25th anniversary at the Vatican Gift Shop. ‘ song.
Possibly the band’s most diverse release to that point, “Tiny Music… Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop” featured radio hits like “Big Bang Baby”, “Trippin’ on a Hole in a Pepper Heart” and “Lady Picture”. Ready Rock hits included. show’, and of course the vocal talents of their original singer, the late Scott Weiland.
Touching lightly on the origin of the album’s name, Dalio shared: “The album’s title came about because we had one of those things where you have a bunch of words on magnets that go to the refrigerator. I think Dean was the one who put ‘Tiny Music’ together.
“That’s where it all stems from—putting those two magnetic words together on a refrigerator.”
Returning to the future of the Stone Temple Pilots, Dalio talks about their eighth studio album, ‘Perdida’, released in February 2020, and considering a revival of that release and returning to the live stage after the pandemic.
“I think just taking it out and having those feelings and everything in the lyrics was like therapy,” Dalio said. “It was just a matter of getting that stuff out and getting it out of your heart, mind, and soul.
“It would be great to tour it and try to make something out of it. I think people will really enjoy it. I’d love to visit it.”