When ‘Love It When I Feel Like This’ first came out in 2007, it was the go-to album at my mates’ house before we went out. The lyrics bragged of going out and ‘getting wankered’, ending up in places with people you shouldn’t be with. It’s the usual tale of most 17 -21 year old lads isn’t?
As time progresses you grow up (probably) and as a band you’ve got to grow too or you’ll become stale. The Twang felt it was their duty to follow suit without losing their identity.
When I sat down with singer Phil Etheridge, and I asked him if getting lairy and leaving a trail of debris behind them was still a common trait within the camp.