BETWEEN their successful debut album in 2007 and the long-awaited second piece that’s supposed to be out this year, indie rockers The Great Spy Experiment have been through quite a bit.
In the five years since Flower Show Riots, there have been three weddings – including one between keyboardist Magdelene Han and bassist Khairyl Hashim, both 35 – and the birth of two babies.
There has also been a host of personal issues – which the quintet are keen to keep mum about – that have delayed the production of the upcoming second album, Litmus.
When LOUD met the group – which also includes frontman and guitarist Saiful Idris, drummer Fandy Razak, both 33, and guitarist Tan Shung Sin, 37, who could not be present for the interview – they explained that the songs have been many years in the making.
More in LOUD in The New Paper on Tuesday (Aug 7).