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Taking their influences from the likes of Refused, The Bronx, The Hives, Murder City Devils, and The Beastie Boys, the self-titled debut EP is filled with everyday rock and roll tales, songs of overly keen lovers (Bird In Hand), losing friends to social media (Facehooked), a tongue-in-cheek view of sex and relationships (Look Back and Laugh, Bad Catholic), and most importantly, songs about living life to the fullest whilst you are still young (Heartbeat).
The Murder City Devils reformed for that one year," Pecknold recalls.
You've both been in influential groups like the Murder City Devils and Karp, as well as played in WHIP, Tight Bros From Way Back When, Dead Low Tide, and Broadcast Oblivion.
Some of the better shit includes Mudhoney's version of "Who Will Be The Next In Line;" Seattle street steel guitar icon Baby Gramps does "Sunny Afternoon;" The Murder City Devils do "Alcohol," fittingly; The Fastbacks do "Waterloo Sunset," and perhaps the most recent Kinks song covered is "Come Dancing" by The Briefs.
SINCE 1997, MURDER CITY DEVILS have traversed the continent in foul weather, with broken gear, no sleep, and a 12-pack.