Jammerzine has an exclusive interview with Liam Croker, frontperson for the ever-more-global band known as Winachi.

While their new album titled ‘Sympathy for the Future’ is a partial collection of singles released the past couple of years, we get a completely new package of all things Winachi.

And, in this interview, we talk with Liam about the story behind ‘Sympathy for the Future’ as well as Winachi’s longevity and musical growth and expansion from the U.K. to the world.

Check out our other features with WINACHI HERE.

About Winachi

Swaggering northern tenacity spliced with smooth Californian G Funk soul is what makes up the foundation of northern groove machine WINACHI. Since they gravitated towards one another in 2015, the diverse musical background of each band member has helped push WINACHI’s sound into something bone meltingly, ass shakingly unique.

While WINACHI’s songs cover all the usual topics: cultural commentary, pain, mental health and politics – love and positivity is always the outcome. The WINACHI guarantee is that you’ll leave their live show, take off your headphones or switch off the Soundsystem and find the world a little brighter. Their commitment to their craft is radical and you can hear that alongside elements of Funk, Hip Hop, Soul, House, Rock and Psychedelia within their music. WINACHI have toured worldwide with The Charlatans, Happy Mondays, The Sugarhill Gang & The Furious Five and have enjoyed worldwide airplay and press in publications such as L.A Times, L.A Record, Manchester Evening News, KCRW, Billboard China, BBC 6 Music to name a few.

2023 sees release of WINACHI’s long awaited and much anticipated debut album, with the band splitting their time between their own HQ studio in Warrington and Los Angeles with producer John X at the Earthstar Creation Center.

Featured image by Matt Jefferson.