Il frontman dei Social Distortion Mike Ness in una recente intervista ha parlato della sua autobiografia e del nuovo album, sia da solista sia dei Social D.
Della sua autobiografia il buon Mike afferma:
“When the book does come out, it’s not [gonna be] your stereotypical rock book. It’s more about my struggle to become a man at 52 years old , and I am still trying to figure that out. So much of your adult life is shaped and defined by the time you are 12 years old. You bring stuff with you that you don’t even know you have. You don’t have a lot of tools in your tool box, and so I have had to learn along the way. Fortunately I have a family and we are close, and we can talk about things.”
Così invece sul nuovo album dei Social Distortion:
“I am still kind of figuring that out myself. I’ve written some great root songs that could very easily have been on the last record. But I wouldn’t say I’ve gone back to the punk roots so much. Part of me wants to play around with some primitive garage, dirty grooves, like early Sonics or Kinks, because I love that style of music and there are good melodies, so I don’t know.”
Ricordiamo che Mike Ness e soci saranno al Live di Trezzo sull’Adda il prossimo 23 aprile!