common changes: better taste in music, better clothes, better sex, going to college or earn own money, less acne, less teenage angst and coming to the conclusion that those realy popular kids who bullied around in highschool are going to be the ones with the most boring/fucked up life.
Post Adolescence was formed in 2006 by lead-singer/guitarist Johnny Straube, bassist Gar Hooker, and drummer Brian McCrossen. Drawing mainly on British influences, Post Adolescence integrates the the crunch of Manic Street Preachers and Placebo, the glamour of T. Rex and David Bowie, and the raw sound of The Clash and Buzzcocks.
The band has just released their debut album "My Nothing," and have played shows at both of Seattle’s Showbox stages to help promote it. Recorded at Seattle’s London Bridge Studios and mastered by Barry Corliss of Master Works, "My Nothing" features introspective lyrics of heartbreak and loss, balanced with up-beat pop anthems.
Recently added to the line-up are Mark Clem and Adrian Garver, who trade off on guitars and keyboards. They have provided a springboard for the band to bring a fresh but familiar sound to new songs in the works.
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