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One Question Interviews: The Thermals

Westin Glass (The Thermals)

SPB: Who is your favorite band you discovered on your last tour?

Glass: The most recent Thermals tour was in Europe. We played with a lot of good bands on that tour, at festivals and club shows all over the place. Our favorite was a band called Brawlers that opened our show at the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds, UK. Classic, super tight ‘90s style pop-punk, they reminded us of some great bands from California. The singer Harry has a cool voice with a lot of urgency and emotion. Tight riffs too. These guys are friends with the incredible Cribs


Words by Loren on Jan. 5, 2014, 12:05 a.m.

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