It's tough to single out a distinct voice when speaking to the men of Places. There are seven guys in the band, and they frequently talk over one another. But it's not the sheer numbers that make isolating a single member a chore. It's the fact that they each offer the same input and similar observations — and that's a good thing. Call it mind reading or chemistry, but that phenomenon has made the logistics of wrangling the seven much easier. What's more, it's made the notion of employing a traditional three- or four-piece setup seem confining... More >>>