Long-running SoCal punk act, Pulley‘s bassist, Tyler Rebbe, recently sat down for an interview where he answered a ton of questions about people seeing the band as a supergroup, their last EP, “The Long and the Short of It,” and the band’s plans for 2012.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview in which Rebbe talks about the upcoming Pulley full-length:
My wife had a baby right in the middle of Pulley season last year so we couldn’t’ commit to too much. This year should bring a bunch more Pulley. We are going to try very hard to record a full length album this winter. We have a bunch of songs already written for it. It’s been too much time since our last full length. Hopefully we’ll have the time to play a few more shows this year, too. Possibly flying in to some far off places for some weekend gigs.
You can check out the entire interview here.
Pulley last released, “The Long and the Short of It,” on vinyl in 2011 on When’s Lunch Records, and digitally through the band’s own label, X-Members Records. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the band’s upcoming full-length surface.Add Pulley to My Radar