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One Question Interviews: The Rememberables

Chris Moore (The Rememberables)

SPB: Playing in more bands can be complicated planning wise. What will happen with your other bands if The Rememberables will really take off? Or the other way around? 

Chris Moore: Haha. The question of the ages! Well fortunately out of the six bands I play in (Coke Bust, Repulsion, D.O.C., Guilt Parade, Sick Fix, Rememberables) none of them are really doing stuff "full time." What usually happens is while one band is more active, the others focus on writing new stuff while I'm away or planning tours. Inevitably, I end up pissing some of my bandmates off, haha. Fortunately, I play music with some of my best friends and they are very forgiving...for now. 


Words by Dennis on Feb. 24, 2018, 6:07 a.m.

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