Nothing Noteworthy Happened Today
On June 12th, four days after receiving the order for Cult of Sue Todd's first CD, Nothing Noteworthy Happened Today, singer Steven Perry was stabbed in the stomach and robbed of his wallet, spectacles, and backpack containing about 20 copies of the new CD. The thief is still 'at large' and what's worse, he has not contacted the band to let them know what he thinks of the CD. Despite this, the band is currently working on songs for a full-length release for early next year. The newer songs are even more unique and diverse than the songs on the EP, with more noise and experiments with abrupt tempo changes. To augment the force of these tracks, the band is also working in some folk numbers to provide a stark balance. Here are some bands they've directly ripped off: Camper Van Beethoven, Mission of Burma, Mountain Goats, Buzzcocks, Darling Clementines, Sons & Daughters, Lasse Lindh, Arab Strap, Sir Mix-A-Lot, and many more.
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