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Kristin: It's the end of the world! If it's going to end, you might as well kick it off with your best friends. We are so lucky to be around this time in the Dallas music scene. Now, more than ever, is real, true rock 'n' roll exploding.
What have the past three years been like?
Kristin: Awesome. We've developed into the mature version of ourselves that we have been working toward.
The Virgin Wolves, Trebuchet, Mothership, The Phuss
Friday, December 21, at Hailey's Club, Denton
Jaimeson: We've grown into something unlike anything I've experienced before, personally. We function so much like a family unit that it's a little freaky. We love the shit out of each other and I think it shows, onstage and off. We've grown and grown up and our music has done so with us. I think it's a unique opportunity to do what you love with your best friends, and that's really what we've been doing.
What are the plans for the future?
Kristin: Keep playing. Keep making music that we love, and love to play. Whatever that means, wherever that takes us, I know we will be happy.
Jaimeson: We will probably just continue to pillage and plunder until someone locks us up. That's the plan, anyway.