"Get off the phone / I'm set to roam / American fool; I'm feelin' at home / and I'm fit to fail." With those words so opens many a set by Los Angeles' newest socia-political punk trio - a pounding machine bent on prying open the eyes of the American youth to a world kicking them in the face.
From a clear blue sky, the bolt that was the pop punk trio Buck smoldered out after three short years. Now, out of the fracas and into the fray guitarist/vocalist PEPPER BERRY returns with a more socially conscious and politically charged trumpet that is BOBOT ADRENALINE.
With COREY MACGREGOR and JOSHUA SMITH completing the punk outfit on bass and drums respectively, the trio unleash a volcano of socio-political rants that are the BOBOT ADRENALINE repertoire.
... Bobot Adrenaline stepped up, a sweet trio of LA pop punks who crooned about bullies, anarchists, sham elections, the death penalty and Bulgarian rock. They were great and bouncy, stuff destined for airplay on our mental radio station…—OC WEEKLY
Pepper Berry - vocals and guitar, Corey MacGregor - bass and vocals, Debo - drums
Los Angeles, California, USA
Nothing and everything. Broadway musicals to The Living End. Go figure.
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