We're actually planning to do a whole lot more songs about dudes so we can piss the bro's off for not changing "her" to "him"
bwhahhahaha. so good.
"the ADD generation has taken over. Myspace has leveled the playing fields between signed artists and unsigned artists a like. Kids hop from band to band, trend to trend always looking for the next thing to latch on to for a year or less. There’s no heart to the music, it's been stripped away year after year. Kids are missing out on connecting with the actual music and instead are connecting with the fad or craze it's wrapped around. It's sad to know that a lot of younger kids now are missing out on picking up a record at the store, taking it home, putting in the cd and reading along with the lyrics in your room. Some of the best times of my life were spent doing that."
what a stand up guy! hes great as a front man, i saw him for the first time fronting HTL at TREOS' last shows at Harpers ferry... i was impressed.
great interview. nick seems like such an awesome dude.
i think i was the only one that never knew about the whole Matt Flyzik situation until Nick mentioned it at one of the All Time Low hometown shows in July. That would have been SO AWESOME if Matt had joined HTL. He would have fit in so well. At the same time, though, I'm glad he stuck with the ATL boys.
Skip School, Start Fights has been on repeat since it came out. I love it.
really good interview. these dude are so awesome and they make great music to boot! i totally agree with his little rant about the scene. it's sad how people don't buy albums as much anymore. i'm still an avid CD and vinyl buyer and it means a lot to me to be able to pull out a physical record when i want to throw some tunes on and look at the album art and read the lyrics.