Scott Weiland’s son Noah Weiland announced the formation of a new band called Blu Wave in a new Eric Blair interview. The band features his former Suspect208 bandmate Tye Trujillo, the son of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo.
Weiland also stated in the interview that he makes money on Instacart, an app where people pick up groceries.
Tye said in the interview about their first show, “I guess we have more of a punk vibe. What we’re gonna play tonight is gonna be more of a punk vibe to it. ‘Cause we’re gonna play a song [called] ‘Shark Attack’, playing one of Noah’s old songs. So it should be pretty fun.”
Noah Weiland told “Appetite For Distortion” about trying not to sound like his Dad on Suspect208’s “Long Awaited.”
“I didn’t try to do that or anything,” he said. “I don’t write songs; I just come up with it on the spot. I hear an instrumental or something for, like, 30 seconds to a minute, stop it, instantly put it in and just start recording it by myself. And as I go along, I just start coming up with different things. I wasn’t trying to sound like anything. My voice could sound completely different, which it does in most [other songs]. That’s a very small part of my voice, that song.”