This time around, NY punkers Latterman talk about their name being butchered and getting back together. They also play "Doom! Doom! Doom!", and I lost my balance at times due to the great amount of crowd excitement (apologies for the occasional blur from in-camera noise reduction). I also had a chance to talk to them about race, gender, bro culture, and sexuality -- they are donating some of their money to Queer Rock Camp. I had to cut a lot of it short due to length and flow issues, so I'll transcribe or post up the audio to the entire interview sometime soon. They have a new 7" of unreleased material now so don't miss out! Check out the replies to watch.
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Latterman will kick-off their "Summer In The RV Tour 2006" on June 26th. The band will be playing oldies as well as new songs from their upcoming album, ...We Are Still Alive, which is set for release on July 25th. Dates are below.
According to Deep Elm's website and latest newsletter, Latterman just finished recording their third full length, and follow up to No Matter Where We Go, before leaving for their European Tour. The record is titled ...We Are Still Alive.