Bouncing Souls: “Big Eyes”

The Bouncing Souls have posted their November song-of-the-month. The latest is “Big Eyes” and the band commented on the track:

The lyrics to “Big Eyes” was a classic Souls collaboration. When we collaborate on lyrics it can make the song meaning a bit vague because the original inspirations came from different heads. Somehow we follow a musical/lyrical thread that makes sense in some indescribable way and they fit together. I was gone for a couple of days from the writing session and when I came back the guys had created the chorus lyrics and music to this song.

After hearing what the guys had written with Ted, I imagined a girl of about twenty moving to a big city to start a life on her own. I saw Los Angeles in my mind, with its high aspirations and troubled dark side. The verse music came next and the verse lyrics evolved over time. To me, the song is not exactly about anything. Maybe its talking about wanting a friend. Maybe its about the search for a real friend.

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John Lydon shares his favorite records, rips on Green Day again

John Lydon of Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited spoke to The Guardian about some of his favorite records. Among them are albums from The Kinks, Roxy Music, The Raincoats, Can, Kate Bush and Talvin Singh. He also takes a moment to share more of his thoughts on Green Day saying:

The blancmange that is Green Day, where you have a Johnny Rotten first verse, a Billy Idol chorus and a Sham 69 second verse. Preposterous!

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Trailer for Angels And Airwaves-scored film online

The trailer for the film “Love,” directed by William Eubank, has been posted on’s movie trailers site. The film depicts “[a]stronaut Lee Miller (played by Gunner Wright) as he loses contact with Earth becomes stranded in orbit alone aboard the International Space Station. As time passes and life support systems dwindle, Lee battles to maintain his sanity – and simply stay alive. His world is a claustrophobic and lonely existence, until he makes a strange discovery aboard the ship.”

Most notably, the film will feature music by Blink-182 vocalist/guitarist Tom Delonge’s project, Angels and Airwaves. The trailer can be viewed here.
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