#10
anyone listened to the bbc radio 1 interview?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b012kmx0

i know they wanted to come across as being ultra indie but they just sounded like ignorant assholes.


"WU LYF is nothing, four dumb kids calling out heavy longings for a place to call home, two brothers greet two brothers and play heavy pop."


it is nothing more than "middle of the road" indie pop. it's just the ****ing arrogance and pathetic gimmick behind this band that just makes it completely unbearable.
#12
^ did you even listen to the interview? what did i say that made me sound ignorant?
#16
I was just about to start a new thread on these guys when I found this. Just wanted to say that after listening to Go Tell Fire to the Mountain for the best part of a year now, it's grown to be one of my favourite albums of all time. Could be a personal thing because I've heard it a lot through some tough times, but I'm really glad I found this band

Anyway, We Bros was FUCKING AWESOME at Coachella!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfOUyQptcCc
#17
Quote by SugarRush66
Love the music, but can't get on with that "singer" at all


I'd like to modify this statement - the music is still by far the best thing about these guys, but the singer's perfectly alright too. Also they make for an incredible live band, like some tribalistic ritual
#18
Quote by turncoat60%
lyrics are legit

I can barely ever make out what he's saying at all, but goddamn does he say it.

I'm going to have to give Go Tell Fire to the Mountain another listen. I really, really like "We Bros", I feel like I didn't give that album enough attention when I listened to it the first few times.

EDIT: As for the singing, I feel like without his vocals, they wouldn't be nearly as nice to listen too. They'd just be another vaguely post-rock indie band in the whole ocean of vaguely post-rock indie bands. His voice is what makes it unique. I mean, not INCREDIBLY unique, but I enjoy it.
Last edited by crazy8rgood at Apr 24, 2012,