"That was a song we wrote in the winter of 2002," says Bloc Party's Kele Okereke in the midst of a fitful, mostly mumbled explanation of how his song "Like Eating Glass" evolved. "It was kind of..." He stops, then starts again. "I'd heard a remix version of the Smiths' song 'There Is a Light That Never Goes Out' and..." He pauses again. "The important thing was to... More >>>
At first, Bloc Party sounded like "bands like Blur and Radiohead," says front man Kele Okereke, second from right. "But when we started going to clubs, our whole approach changed."