WHAT’S MEANT TO BE DIFFERENT ABOUT THE AFTERMILES is their keen expressive lyrics and irresistible background story. The band’s more starry-eyed backers compare their hardscrabble tales to their predecessors such as the Buzzcocks, Smiths, Libertines, and the Beatles. However,wringing lyrics from the capturing senses, or the articulation of dissatisfaction of many is risky and difficult business, and unlike those listed above, the Aftermiles aren’t spinning much deft tales of quotidian anxiety towards their complaints about gettin kicked out from a terrible gig, and such opinion on their social cultures. So they’re young, painting diaristic portraits of their own and suburban life for those residing in a country where everything is unexpected.
Edited by GOODRobots on 24 Apr 2009, 20:26
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