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Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - Fake Nature

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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.

    Being (mostly) from Washington DC, SWALTB's lyrics are influenced by the rigged system with post-apocalyptic visions, or shit, maybe they're fantasies at this point. They also sing about complex socioeconomic matters like ripping off bands (generally supportive of it) and bandmates who would rather cancel band practice than ride roller coasters. The songs are mostly fast and mostly short, but there are some longer and slower ones, too, probably because good weed is easier to find these days.

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Lazy Lazarus 02:35
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Derek Wyld 01:40
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Bummer 03:09
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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.

Being (mostly) from Washington DC, SWALTB's lyrics are influenced by the rigged system with post-apocalyptic visions, or shit, maybe they're fantasies at this point. They also sing about complex socioeconomic matters like ripping off bands (generally supportive of it) and bandmates who would rather cancel band practice than ride roller coasters. The songs are mostly fast and mostly short, but there are some longer and slower ones, too, probably because good weed is easier to find these days.

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released April 4, 2020

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