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By Henry Rollins
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By Shea Serrano
By Nate "Igor" Smith
By Dan Weiss
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By Kai Flanders
L.A. WEEKLY: You’ve been on tours with The Strokes, The Magic Numbers and Kings of Leon. Any stories of wild debauchery and youthful wrecklessness you’d care to divulge?ADAM: [laughs] Everything is a blur. What I remember most of those tours is, playing the big venues is great. Especially opening for those big bands, you get influenced a lot, and it might sound weird, but the thing we noticed is that it’s so important that you get energy out from other bands so you also have that energy. But some bands get too confident in their situation, let’s say, for them to be on the edge and to really have that energy. So you learn sometimes what to do and sometimes what not to do.
What I remember most is, when you meet people at venues and they take you to their house and you have like a party and meet the locals, or go bicycling in the middle of the night in Toronto, and those kind of moments. Meeting with people. And the bartender’s always nice, so they let you stay there for a while, don’t make you go home.
I dunno. It’s a blur, but I do remember it was good. Shout Out Louds play L.A. Weekly's Detour Festival on October 6 Shout Out Louds "The Comeback"
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