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One Question Interviews: War on Women

War on Women

SPB: Basements or bars (or both)?

War on Women: That's like asking “day or night,” “loud or quiet,” “happy or sad.”

You can't appreciate one without the other, regardless of preference. But no one has ever chipped their tooth moshing to us in a bar...but a guy did stick his head inside our kick drum in the Star Bar's basement in Atlanta, and then Brooks rode him like a horse for the rest of the song. So, ok, the answer is both!


Words by Loren on April 6, 2015, 2:18 p.m.

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