MP3: We Found A Lovebird: A Brief Interview with Larry Lechner

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We Found A Lovebird: A Brief Interview with Larry Lechner MP3

It donned on me while listening to “Don’t Blame The Times”, the fifth track on We Found A Lovebird‘s new six-song EP, Let’s Start The War, that this band may in fact be influenced – at least in part – by early Elvis Costello. It was a thought that had not occurred to me previously, for whatever reason, so I asked member Larry Lechner, the band’s vocalist/guitaris... Source: fensepost.com

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