TESLA guitarist Tommy Skeoch spoke with Sean Richardson of the Boston Phoenix about the group's surprise "hit" album "Into the Now", the band's first new studio album in 10 years. "Dude, can you believe it? I think we’re going to pull a little AEROSMITH here," Skeoch enthused. "I'm not trying to compare us to them or anything — we were never as big as them. But I never thought we would get back together, let alone write such a great record. It's pure joy. We still have arguments and everything, but we communicate much better. When things go down, we sort it out. We appreciate it more this time around. Back in the day, I think we took a lot of things for granted." Read more.
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