Bill Molloy: How exactly does it feel to be so huge, at least in pop-punk terms? You guys were in Spin a couple months ago and the shows have gotten a lot bigger lately. There’s been a revival the last couple years, how do you feel about it?
Bill: Earlier in the year, back in the Spring around March or so you played a pretty gigantic tour. How many shows in how many days was it? Do you know?
Bill: How’d it end up working out, did everyone get through it alright?
Bill: I was checking out your tour dates and it looks like you have some more stuff set up, and you just got back from
Bill: Oh, sorry about that.
Bill: You just put out a split 7” with Broadway Calls pretty recently and it came out on Adeline. How did you end up hooking up with Adeline Records?
Bill: Were the extra songs recorded during the Warning Device sessions?
Bill: There’s a split 7” coming out with The Ergs! pretty soon too, right? Is there any more info or details you can give on that?
Bill: Oh cool!
Bill: Yeah they’re stopping in mid-November, which is a huge bummer.
Bill: That’d be a cool combination too. Do you know what Joel and Zach are up to, the former members?
Bill: How did Miguel end up joining?
Bill: When you’re coming back for Riot Fest, this will be the third time you’re playing
Bill: No no no! It’s definitely not bad at all. Each time I see you guys here it’s been exponential growth from the time before. I remember seeing you in 2005 and there were only a few people paying attention and now the last two times you’ve sold out the shows. It’s almost like you’re a local band here.
Bill: I was looking up some older tour dates, and you played with All a couple years back in
Bill: Oh wow. So you’ve worked with Bill Stevenson, recording a couple times with him. How do you feel about playing with All again?
Bill: (hearty chuckle)
Bill: Have you started working on any follow up material to Warning Device yet?
Bill: Still progress!
Bill: Limited, one sided LP with the grooves spaced three inches apart!
Bill: Do they come in with fully formed songs?
Bill: That’s interesting, I’ve never heard of people doing the melodies first and then trying to write the words around them. That’s pretty interesting.
Bill: Sort of a secret twin language.
Bill: That’s really about it, that’s all that I’ve got. Do you have any last words or thoughts?
Bill: Alright thanks for you time.
Check out this video from the Warning Device record release show last January. It's kind of nuts. Look for the asshole with the Dee Dee Ramone haircut and leather jacket diving around the 56 second mark. Give you two guesses as to who it is. Punk rock.