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    Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb have been at this shit for over 10 years now and are just getting around to releasing their second record. Was it worth the wait? My friend, if you like records that have a little bit of everything, covering the gamut from garagey punk to punky garage, well, Fake Nature is certainly a record.

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Art: Jonah Lobe


You remember the chain gang?
You held the hammer I held the sickle
“All of this belongs to us” you said as we’re crawling through the mud
onto freedom from the feds, I thought you meant the people
But in the shower I caught a glimpse of your states rights tattoo

“Everything’s earned” you said
“everything burns” I said
When I march for the Union, you sing the corporate gospel
But when the tear gas hits the street, when the bricks begin to fly
I’m singing solidarity while the cops are beating me
You shot them down screaming Death or Liberty

I thought we were both down for revolution
But there’s a line where you decide who you really wanna be
Could our love last through the riot lines the privatized corporate solutions?
No you’re too crazy for me


from Fake Nature, released February 21, 2020


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Although (Stop Worrying &) Love the Bomb is heavily influenced by CBGB/Max's Kansas City punk, power pop, punk, and garage rock of all eras, the band's sound doesn't really fit neatly into any of the those boxes. "Nihilistic pop punk" might be an accurate description, or Post-Apoc Rock and Roll by Due Process of law.." ... more

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