Late Night Wallflower recently interviewed H2O leader Toby Morse. Morse talks about recording the band's long-awaited new album, Nothing To Prove and also addresses the criticism the band received for their 2001 album, GO:
[GO] just lacked the energy and the rawness of the early stuff. I wish it wasn't so polished but it is what it is. That's definitely not the producer's fault. I blame it on us being less involved. It's funny now with the new record, people are like, 'I actually liked GO.' It was almost like you had to hate it because it was on a major label. Back then people gave a shit what label it was on. Now days, kids don't give a shit. All the genres have crossed.
You can check out the rest of the interview here.