Interview: The Bright Young Things (With Live Performance ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’)

Sydney New Wave three-piece The Bright Young Things have had a fairly interesting genesis. Originally forming as a punk-based act, the band soon found their groove in a more electronic environment. From New Order to Muse, the band has chosen their influences widely, then concocted their own sound. The guys caught up with Music Feeds for a bit of a chat on the latest happenings.

The lads discuss their equipment and preferred instruments in a lot of detail and also explain the situation behind their signing with Soul Mate Records, which is normally a hip hop label. That deal scored the band a collab on the well publicised full-length Falling or Flying from 360.

The lads top off a great interview with their own rendition of Queen’s legendary track Don’t Stop Me Now.

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