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  • one.

    WHAT DOES YOUR MUSIC LOOK LIKE?

  • two.

    DESTROY SOMETHING

    “106 PEMBURY CLOSE”
  • three.

    LOVE IS . . .

    “MY DOG BIBA”
  • four.

    PHOTOGRAPH SOMETHING ILLEGAL

    “HACKNEY RIOTS, CLARENCE ROAD”
  • five.

    DEFINE INFINITY

  • six.

    WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE GRAFFITI?

    “FLOURISH”
  • seven.

    HOW HARD DO YOU PARTY?

    “DANCING TO METRONOMY”
  • eight.

    CAN YOU REMIX A PHOTO FOR US?

    “PUCKER UP FOR THE YES MEN”
  • nine.

    PHOTOGRAPH SOMEONE WHO IS NOT EXPECTING IT

    “A COUPLE PASSED OUT IN THE EARLY HOURS AT VISIONS BAR”
  • ten.

    TELL US A SECRET

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Interview With Lizzie & The Yes Men

SURF-SPLASHED POP PUNKS

Interview With Lizzie & The Yes Men

SURF-SPLASHED POP PUNKS

Lizzie & The Yes Men are a four piece band who blend the cinematic sounds of Tarantino with surf pop and a strong dose of British punk. Forming through chance meetings at a variety of Hackney pubs, the band combine Lizzie’s Twiggy-esque style with sunshine-dappled, surf-splashed retro-pop, and draw inspiration from bands such as The Ramones, The Ronettes and The Beach Boys.

2011 saw them embark on an Italian tour and their 2012 European dates have seen the band returning to Italy, as well as playing Paris, London and Sweden. The band have just released their double A-side single (The Broadwalk/The Loneliness) which combines catchy guitars and whistling with Lizzie’s suitably upbeat vocals.

Why not check out the cool, choreographed video to The Broadwalk (directed by James Copeman) below and download new track Let Me Go here. Like overwhelming positivity and answering affirmatively, it costs nowt.

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