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The Hulls / Press

“[From interview with The Hulls' Kevin MacKenzie] I've been really fortunate that in the last 15 years of playing in bands I've been able to play with friends and have a good time playing the music that we wanted to play. The Hulls are no different. We've all been friends for years and with this band we're playing what we want to play the way we want to play it. We like it and hopefully other people do too. If not, we're still going to do what we do. I'm going to write songs about things that are important to me set to music that sounds good to me. If the guys like it, then that's good enough for me.”

“If you don't know The Hulls you have been under a rock the past year and a half or so.”

“[2011 Demo Review] Four piece punk rock from New Haven, CT that pays homage to the classics but still puts its own spin on the sound. “Worker’s Song” has a Clash-like feel. “Everything Changes” is my favorite tune on this too-short release. The last song is a slight reworking of a Cock Sparrer favorite. This mini-album shows promise. Keep on fightin’ the good fight gentlemen.”