Being part of Canada's folk and roots music scene is something about which he feels quite positive. He adds, "I think it's a really great genre to be in and I think it's a good time to be in it too because I feel like the folk/roots genre, especially at folk festivals,has changed from what it used to be, It used to be really hardcore, pure folk music. Now there's something there for everybody. I have a lot of friends who came out to see us at a folk festival and now they go to a folk festival every year because they didn't realize just what a folk festival could be.”
The band's newest album is entitled Laugh, Dance & Sing and was recorded by Dale Murray. Gordie points out, "Dale's a really talented musician himself. We really thought about trying to make the album as much like our live show as possible which can be a hard thing to do. We tried to record a lot of it live off the floor because we wanted it to be a souvenir of the show. We still sell a lot of albums at shows!"
In the future, Gordie explains that as long as the band can keep playing, they'll be happy. He adds, "Right now, we do a lot of our work over the the U.K. so we're hoping to break out a little more into Europe and also stateside. We'd like to break into things stateside a little more. I guess you could say that we're always trying to expand our market."
The band finds inspiration from simply playing together and enjoying the performing experience. Gordie explains, "I think all of us, as a band, are very comfortable on stage. We love to play and it's one of those things as a musician that if we weren't out playing, we'd be playing at home so it's better to go out and play. You can make your living at it."