“'We've passed out hundreds of CDs all over the place...and we keep the various inter-web sites pretty up to date with shows, news and such [for our fans]', he says.
As of late, one of the band's most catchy tracks seems to be 'Grooving at the Speed of Light'. This catchy classic rock track derives feelings of nostalgia for the classic upbeat rock of the eighties to the early noughties - reminiscent to the feel-good tune in The Violent Femme's 'Blister in the Sun', and drawing upon unique tambourine work parallel to songs such as 'Who?' by Brian Jonestown Massacre.
Jones says the upbeat nature of the track correlated to the mood that the band we're in on a particular given day.
'I wrote all those songs at the beach while I was living in California ... I wanted to go for a more positive message.'
'It was stream of conscious, although I'm pretty sure I was "thinking happy thoughts"', he says.
— Pavlovic,Songs That Should Be Mainstream (continued)
“The 'happy thoughts' within the track seem to have transferred to the fans of the album There Was Lightning. To large demand, Trevor and the Joneses are planning to tour across the 'left side of the slab of land' from their hometown to play to eager US fans this coming autumn.
It may be a little while before Trevor and the Joneses hit Australian shores, however the band's long term outlook is plenty more music like Grooving At The Speed of Light.
Within the coming years, the band aspires to be 'in the recording studio, several albums deep'.
Trevor and The Joneses are playing in Las Vegas for the month of August.”
— Pavlovic,Songs That Should Be Mainstream(Continued)