Over the past few years, The Interrupters have become one of the hottest bands on the planet. From touring with the likes of Green Day and Rancid, the punk four-piece look well on their way to world domination - and there's plenty of room on the band wagon for everyone!
Spreading a message of inclusion and unity through incredibly catchy anthems, Aimee, Kevin, Justin and Jesse always seem to be having a blast on stage - and that's a mood that's mirrored back at them every single night, whether playing to a sold-out show of their own fans, or a load of strangers at a festival.
Fresh of the release of their third album Fight The Good fight, The Interrupters hit the road. Well, that was over a year ago, and the band haven't stopped since - and show no signs of slowing down.
Now, while hard work is appreciated, it isn't exactly what gained the band so many fans. Why should you listen? Well, I'm running down five reasons...
While touring with Rancid, Green Day, 311 and a multitude of other bands, even if the band begins with an uninterested crowd, they most definitely never end with one. With catchy hooks being blasted to an infectious beat, The Interrrupters sound like nothing you've ever heard before - but still maintain the familiarity of you feeling like you know ever single song after one solitary listen.
Case in point, when She's Kerosene hit radios across the United States, and the band's global rise followed shortly after.Some bands only need one chance to impress - The Interrupters grasp that chance with both hands and embrace it with nothing but love!
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