28 min

Episode 4: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah‪!‬ My Own Worst Enemy: The Podcast

    • Music

Following the success of Enemy and its ascension into pop culture permanence, there was seemingly no pressure on Lit to do more. However, the band continued along the artist's path. After the disappointing performance of Atomic, Lit relocated to Nashville and went through a period of transformation that included a number of standout records including the self-titled Lit, A View From The Bottom and These are The Days. Their journey led them eventually to the present day and a new publishing and recording contract with Round Hill Music, which has produced some of the most exciting music of their career, recapturing the energy that made Lit one of the defining bands in the SoCal pop punk movement.
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Following the success of Enemy and its ascension into pop culture permanence, there was seemingly no pressure on Lit to do more. However, the band continued along the artist's path. After the disappointing performance of Atomic, Lit relocated to Nashville and went through a period of transformation that included a number of standout records including the self-titled Lit, A View From The Bottom and These are The Days. Their journey led them eventually to the present day and a new publishing and recording contract with Round Hill Music, which has produced some of the most exciting music of their career, recapturing the energy that made Lit one of the defining bands in the SoCal pop punk movement.
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

28 min

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