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Male Bonding - Pop-Punk, Girls and Time Travel

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Posted on 02 Feb 09

 
 

Male Bonding is a turbocharged trio from East London who play dynamite lo-fi noise-pop and release music by pals like PENS and Graffiti Island on their label, Paradise Vendor Inc. Awesome, but what’s their new song, Years Not Long about?



Male Bonding

John Arthur Webb: “It was written the other week and recorded on one mic in our practice room the same day - which is above a mosque in Whitechapel. It's about girls - girls are everything. Guys are nothing.”

Kevin Charles Hendrix: “I thought it was about time travel.”

JAW: “Did I say it was about girls? I meant it's about time travel. All my lyrics are about time travel and not girls. Promise.”

Robin Silas Christian: “The drumming is pop-punk and totally inspired by my hero Travis Barker, so even if it’s about girls I'm thinking about him when I play it. Get well soon, Travis.”



Download Years Not Long for free, here.

Elsewhere on Pinglewood:

Get Along Gang : Chik Budo disagree and Disappear


 
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