Barnaby Weir: Black Seeds frontman on their new album Love and Fire
The Mike Hosking Breakfast
One of this country's most successful bands is back.The Black Seeds formed way back in 1998 - and their albums have topped the kiwi charts over the years.That includes On the Sun and Into the Dojo which went double platinum in this country.Now the band is back with their first album in five years - Love and Fire is coming out this Friday.Frontman Barnaby Weir joined Tim Dower.LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
118: Barnaby Weir is The Black Seeds’ frontman & the musical director of Fly My Pretties. He also records and performs under his own name, and as Flash Harry. Barnaby once had to kick an office chair out of his band. Please subscribe to the podcast & check www.verbalhighs.com
Episode #112 is now available! Our guest is Barnaby Weir. Barnaby leads two of New Zealand’s most popular bands (The Black Seeds and Fly My Pretties) and we had a great chat about life/work balance, his childhood, his creative process and the rise of The Black Seeds and the Wellington Reggae / Dub scene. Barnaby is a kind and thoughtful guy and this turned out to be a really interesting conversation. Enjoy!