About: Bark Nebraska Bark
The debut single of this British band, at the first glance, is a pretty ordinary pop-rock song, but if you try to calculate the dimensions used in one song, you will realize that all is not as easy as it sounds :)
Meet the Bark Nebraska Bark, an unsigned band playing pop-rock with mathcore elements.
And don`t forget - their debut EP is coming soon!
1. How do you see yourself in 5 years? What is your main goal as a band?
In the next five years we hope to have an album recorded and released, hopefully organizing UK and possibly a European tours. We're all so passionate about music that our main goal is to just have fun and enjoy the music we're making.
2. Can you name some peculiarities that define the music scene in your town/country?
As we all met at University, we're all from different cities across the UK so we're not really based in one place so it's hard to say; but we like the fact bands everywhere all help each other out with gig swapping and promoting etc. It's nice to see people helping each other out.
3. What do you think of episode 107? Which of the other featured songs do you like the most?
We're really enjoyed The Panic, they've got a huge sound!
4. Is there a story behind your song "A Thousand Small Excuses For One Big Mistake"?
The song 'A Thousand Small Excuses' is basically based on a break up song, where you get drunk and think about ringing them but refrain.
5. Please share your nearest plans. What are you currently working on?
We've just been in the studio and recorded our three track EP so we're waiting for the final product so we can release that. With our guitarist teaching guitar in America all summer we're spending all summer sending the EP to labels and radio stations, hoping to get as much exposure as possible so when September comes around we can gig intensely.
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