Zach Moyle of Lost In Society on how he got into Punk & how it has shaped his life

Zach Moyle of Lost In Society on how he got into Punk & how it has shaped his life

Zach Moyle sings and plays guitar in New Jersey punk act Lost In Society.  Here’s the story of how he got into Punk Rock and how it shaped him and his future.

Growing up I really only listened to whatever was on the radio. I was pretty oblivious to anything else, and I wasn’t really interested either. It was all boy bands and main stream rock. Then one day I came across Green Day’s “Dookie” in my garage. I thought the artwork was cool so I checked it out and I was instantly hooked. To this day I don’t know where the CD came from.

After that I started listening to more and more punk type music. I loved The Clash and The Ramones growing up, but I also loved the current punk scene (Blink/Sum 41 etc.). A little later on I got into bands like The Bouncing Souls, The Loved Ones and The Explosion.

I always listened to other genres on the side as well, I’m a huge Motown fan and Billy Joel is my absolute favorite melody man/lyricist. How can you not love the guy?

I started my first real band when I was 13 and I’m still in that band today with Nick, the bassist. So lets just say that I was pretty much hooked and I never looked back.

To me There is nothing better than a bunch of punks all together, dancing and screaming in unison to a band. Whether its my band, my friends bands, or the biggest punk bands in the world. When the music is on, that’s all that matters. It has become my life and I’ve never been happier.

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