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One Question Interviews: 69 Enfermos

SPB: A lot of bands in this scene only exist for a short amount of time. 69 Enfermos has been active for over 20 years. What's the secret to that success? 

Dalin: Well, It's been such a long ride since we were just a bunch of kids dreaming about playing with the Fat/Epitaph bands and touring around the world…and to be honest, I think the "secret" may be that we still dream about playing with the Fat/Epitaph bands and touring around the world. 

We are still amazed with every show orfFestival we play and we do it because we still love what we do. For us, playing punk rock is about having fun with your friends, meeting new people/places and following our dreams. And that's something we're doing together as a band.

I could say that after more than 20 years we're still having fun and dreaming the same dreams we had when we were younger.


Words by Dennis on July 22, 2019, 8:50 p.m.

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