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Rob Piper (Darko-guitar)

SPB: Do you get nervous before you play a show? 

Piper: When I first started playing live in my early teens, I got so scared that I could hardly hold the instrument. The more I played, the less nervous I got, but it still depended on how prepared I was. If I was playing solo shows I would be super nervous, but with a Darko show it's pretty chill as we have played the set a fair few times! That was until we started playing the bigger stages like Punk Rock Holiday and Manchester Punk Festival. When the sound's that massive people can actually hear all the nuances and slips so I get some serious flutters, but bloody love it.

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Words by Loren on March 27, 2019, 8:02 p.m.

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