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One Question Interviews: Big Eyes

Kate Eldridge (Big Eyes)

What is the most annoying recurring thing you read about your band (whether accurate or not)?

I am really bothered by the term "female fronted." Being a "FEMALE" has nothing to do with the music I write and play. It also sounds so unnecessarily scientific. Nobody says "MALE FRONTED" or asks how it is to be a MALE in a band. It's also really annoying getting compared to other bands solely because they ALSO happen to have women in them. It's 2015, people, knock it off. 


Words by Loren on Oct. 25, 2015, 12:46 p.m.

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