12 August 2022
Band: THE INTERRUPTERS
Who: (In)famous ska-punk rockers from Los Angeles, formed in 2011.
So far they manufactured 4 albums (including the new one).
Kerrang! says: “Brought crashing back to basics by the pandemic, the downtime gave singer Aimee Interrupter the space she needed to confront her difficult past – subjects she’d hinted at via upbeat fight songs like Title Holder, but never truly explored… What makes The Interrupters so special, and their formula so darn difficult to replicate, is that while Aimee’s lyrics are unflinching and painful, the music that accompanies them is bouncy and bright, a rallying call for togetherness – a unified spirit that simply says ‘we’ll get through it together”. Score: 4/5.
Turn Up The Volume: Probably the hottest pârty LP of the summer.
The Interrupters turn swinging 2-tone ska, classic rock, pithy punk, and
bouncy reggae into moshpit-destinated hammer blows. Herculean guitars,
king-sized tunes, chant-like choruses, and singer Aimee steaming up the
vivacious vibrancy time and time again. Holy cow.
Singles/clips: In The Mirror / Raised By Wolves / As We Live
– IN THE MIRROR –
– RAISED BY WOLVES –
– AS WE LIVE –
Stream/buy the full album via Bandcamp