Apocalypse Later on
Apocalypse Later On started out to be a surf band with vocals. As with any band, the quirks and influences of the three members took it from there and created music that is energetic, fun, and not a surf band with vocals. Major influences are The Police, Bauhaus, Wall of Voodoo, and The B-52\'s, usually put through a surf filter. While most of the lyrics are tongue in cheek, it may well be that the teeth are biting hard on the tongue while there. The standout tracks include: Spy vs. Spy with it's classic Ben Gunn flavored guitar riff, the lyrics describe the duality of espionage and sexuality. The moody Kiss and Tell gives the listener an accounting of love and deception that evolves into the redemption of self. The creepy vibe of the mesmerizing Chum will put you under the spell of an identity thief bent on adopting your life for his own amusement. Enjoy the slide.