“From the heart, we’re punk rock. Some, though, would call us a type of dirty, dirty, dirty, dirty, DIRTY pop punk band,” explains Fort Lauderdale band Jolly Badfellow‘s bassist Shaun Meyer. “But when we say pop punk, we mean the good stuff, like old-school Green Day — meaning as far back as when they played shows with Operation Ivy — Teenage Bottle Rocket, and such.”
The act is influenced by, Meyer notes, “good ol’ fashion punk rock ‘n roll,” along with “skating, drinking, having a good, and lousy time, with friends, girls, cops, or junkies.
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