They’re huge Liam Neeson fans, they’ve written songs about the west coast and love, and they’ve recently released their debut album, Mavericks. That’s right, AMBY caught up with “sedative wave” music-makers Work Drugs! Dig into our chat where we spoke about writing new material, cheesesteak, and Twitter…
AMBY: Hello Work Drugs! Thanks for having a chat with AMBY, what have you been up to lately?
Work Drugs: Writing and recording new material, and getting ready for a bunch of west coast shows.
AMBY: How would you describe your sound to those unfamiliar with your music?
Work Drugs: Smooth fi – post romantic
AMBY: You have recently released your debut album, Mavericks. Which tracks are your favourites?
Work Drugs: West Coast Slide and Young Lungs probably.
AMBY: What’s the story behind your excellent song West Coast Slide?
Work Drugs: It’s a song about west coast living and love. The names and places have been changed to protect the innocent.
AMBY: Where is the best place to get a cheesesteak in Philly?
Work Drugs: Jim’s steaks on south street.
AMBY: Which three of your influences would you love to hang out with for a day?
Work Drugs: Sade, Michael McDonald , and bill Murray
AMBY: Who is your must follow on Twitter?
Work Drugs: Philly.com and wxpn
AMBY: What’s the funniest thing to happen to you at a gig?
Work Drugs: Being mistaken for the leader singer of Two Door Cinema Club.
AMBY: What is your song of the year so far?
Work Drugs: Quadron – Hey Love
AMBY: What has you excited for the rest of 2013?
Work Drugs: Shows and meeting new people that are into the band.
AMBY: What would a movie based on the band be called?
Work Drugs: Did it in a minute.
AMBY: And last but never least, what’s something about Work Drugs that nobody knows?
Work Drugs: Hugh Liam Neeson fans!
Thank you Work Drugs, for giving us your answers!
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